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Hello guys, I'm new here.. nice forum. please allow me to introduce myself, I'm Cassandra. a deaf transgender woman with histories.. literally. I come from lineage of military families dating back to beginning of World War II. my family served in all branches of U.S. Military (pre-USAAF/AAF, United States Air Army Forces) up until (U.S. Military branches) 1980. I'm only person in the family that still wants to serve her country.. but the disabilities of mine prevents me from doing so. ironically, they are wrong about that, these disabilities are my strength. i survive and persevere. forming a military militia is my way of serving my country and the greater good. My military family's cousins are actually famous. My side of family comes from MacArthur line, famously known man was Douglas MacArthur. and other side of family line being was Dwight Eisenhower's. So, world's two greatest heroes are part of my family history on both sides. of course, my main family is never publicly known.. so we're good. anyway. Here's my history of my own: i'm self-taught website designer, i started learning about websites at young age in 2008, beginning with weebly as an base i started doing html, html-5 and CSS, C+++, branched out into more different yet difficult websites. same year, i also got into forum designing with proboards, same as first above as well so I'm also forum designer. I have designed well over 250 websites, 27 forums since 08. still continues to do so. i know video games are not taken seriously, but i do treat it as an life or death situation. i practice, train with what i have available at my hands.. (no weapons or anything like it) i was part of five different groups that treated battlefield game series as that. I trained with all weapons, vehicles, teamwork, cooperation. here was some instances that put me to work with War veterans who was playing the same game. (the division) is good example of militia style game that anybody can experience close to militia life. personally, militia is good for you to serve your country, your communities as well to provide aid, food, help and protection to families. (Who could forget the Civil War? That one was BIG example why militia stood against pre-us military before it was today's U.S. Military) case to point out the obvious reasons: the militia did was to protect their families, their rights as an American citizens. also to keep equality for all of people at that time. so obviously, i want to form a military militia that protects our people and to provide aid etc. Especially when shit hits fan. i think it's possible that some of militia guys be like, "this is silly. Nobody's gonna be serious to take that up with this idea of military organization."