Citizen Militia Links
ALABAMA
2nd Alabama Militia

ALASKA
Alaska Citizens Militia

ARIZONA
Arizona Citizens Militia
Arizona Militia - Crispus Attucks Co.

ARKANSAS
Militia of Washington County

CALIFORNIA
Southern California 1st Patriots
California Colonial Marines
California State Militia 31st FF (Medical)
Northern California State Militia

COLORADO
Northern Colorado Militia 
Colorado Civil Defense Corps

CONNECTICUT
Connecticut Survivalist Alliance

DELAWARE
No website or other contact point available.

FLORIDA
Republic of Florida Civil Militia

GEORGIA
Georgia Militia

IDAHO
Idaho Constitutional Citizens Militia .
North Idaho 21st Light Foot .

ILLINOIS
Consolidated Central Militia.
Illinois Sons of Liberty

INDIANA
Indiana Militia Corps

IOWA
Iowa Militia.

KANSAS
Kansas State Militia  - KSM Myspace

KENTUCKY
105th N. Kentucky Blue Guard
Kentucky Public Defenders CDRF.
Kentucky Citizens Militia

LOUISIANA
No website or other contact point available.

MAINE
United Maine Militias website
Maine Constitutional Militia

MASSACHUSETTS
No website or other contact point available.

MARYLAND
Citizens Militia of Maryland / Maryland Militia Online Forum
Maryland Volunteer Militia E-group page http://groups.yahoo.com/groups/MarylandVolunteerMilitia

MICHIGAN
OFFICIAL MICHIGAN MILITIA WEBSITE  (This site is Really well-made!!)
ALL Michigan militia units may be contacted through this site.  County Listings.
Capitol City Militia

MINNESOTA
Minnestota 32nd
Minnesota Militia homepage

MISSOURI
Missouri Militia

MISSISSIPPI
Mississippi Militia

MONTANA
No website or other contact point available.

NEBRASKA
Nebraska Militia Homepage
The Tall Grass Guard

NEVADA
Nevada Militia
Nevada Militia Mirror site

NEW JERSEY
New Jersey Militia

NEW MEXICO
Southern New Mexico Militia

NEW YORK
EMPIRE STATE MILITIA .
NY Patriot Militia
Fort Eagle - 5th Div.

New York Unorganized Militia E-group

NORTH CAROLINA
North Carolina Citizen Militia

OHIO
Ohiomilitia.com
Southwest Ohio Unorganized - 3rd Brigade
OUM - Champaign County
OUM - Clarke County
Central Ohio Unorganized Militia
Southeastern Ohio Defense Force
Northeastern Ohio Defense Force
Ohio Valley Minutemen CDG

OKLAHOMA
Northeast Oklahoma Volunteer Militia
Oklahoma Militia MySpace

OREGON
Oregon Militia Corps

PENNSYLVANIA
Constitutional Militia of Clark County

SOUTH CAROLINA
SC Sons of the South
CSFG Fox-Hound
Carolina Rangers

SOUTH DAKOTA
No website or other contact point available.

TENNESSEE
First Tennessee Rifles
Tennessee Special Ops Cmd.
Tennessee Constitutional Militia 3rd Bde

TEXAS
Texas Miliitia
Houston TX Militia
Central Texas Militia

UTAH
Northeast Utah Militia
Utah Militia message board

VERMONT
Unorganized Militia of Vermont "Home of the Green Mountain Boys"

VERMONT / NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rogers' Rangers Twin State Militia

VIRGINIA
Virginia Citizens Militia Homepage(VA Statutes - Militia)

WEST VIRGINIA
No website or other contact point available.

WASHINGTON
1st Mountain of Washington state
Northwest Washington Recon
Kitsap County, WA

WISCONSIN
Monroe County Riflemen 30thFF 81stBN
Sauk County Riflemen

WYOMING
Wyoming Constitutional Militia


Thanks for visiting the IMC militia links page.  We strive to list every active constitutional militia page on the Internet (NO RACISTS!!!); however as of late many militia websites have been taken down.  If you know of a militia site that is not listed, please contact us so we may add it to this page.  Likewise, please contact us right away if there's a link that needs its' URL updated.

Thank you & happy surfing!

NOTE: We have chosen to not include survivalist-type groups as they do not fit the definition of militia, and neither do we list "underground" or "cell" structure groups.  This criteria is based on CONMILNET standards established by the 3rd Continental Congress. Additionally, interstate organizations are not listed because these too are unconstitutional. Militias are executors of state sovereignty. Any organization operating across state lines isn't militia, they're paramilitary.
Disclaimer:
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Other Militia Link Pages:

US Nat'l Militia Directory

DefenseCorps.org

Civilian Defense Force

Monix.net

United States Militia

Patriot Resistance
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The "Dirty Dozen" rules for successful militia organizations:

1. We are not ‘the infantry’! NEVER fight like the infantry! It is OK to think like the infantry ONLY when looking for a way to defeat them! Remember, infantry battles require lots of collateral support (artillery, mortars, and large supply ammo/people to shoot it, etc.) and we don’t have that. If you fight a ‘standup fight’ with the infantry you (most likely) will die in large numbers.

2. A corollary to the first rule: TRAIN AS YOU INTEND TO FIGHT, and make sure that those who act as your OPFOR (opposing force) during training, think and act as the other side would.

3. Everyone's a guerrilla. Fight to win. Do the unexpected. Think of Sun Tzu.  Everyone is a rifleman first (or “rifleperson” for all you PC types) and will be armed, and fight, as the mission requires.

4. Everyone has a part in the success of the mission! If you are in a support or defense role and not ‘on the line’ you still are in the game and your performance counts.

5. The highest survivability in ‘front line’ combat is in small, well-trained teams that know and execute the assigned mission.  Deploy your units utilizing their smallest components, while insuring that all small-unit actions are coordinated with other teams in the unit. Learn to use these smaller teams as ‘force multipliers’ when the action gets hot, and teach them to communicate effectively in the field for survivability. 

6. Assure that each team understands the assigned mission, and that they have the training and equipment to accomplish that mission. Help everyone to get 'up to speed' and squared away. Each member of the team should know their role and at least the role of another on that team. Cross train as needed to accomplish this.

7. Speak the ‘other’ local languages. Lets face it, not everybody speaks English in this country. Time to learn at least one of the ‘other’ predominate languages in your area of operation. It could save your butt some day and at the least you will get the right food at the drive through.

8. Foster ‘esprit de corps’ by forming special teams (only as needed). Remember, this is not accomplished by giving out ‘cool hats’ to everyone in the unit! Also keep in mind; if everybody could have gotten into the unit then it would have been called “Normal Forces” not Special Forces! Make them earn it and make it a mission you need done.

9. Every organization needs leadership that is compatible with that organizations mission. There are crisis leaders and non-crisis leaders! Don’t put a person who is a great fire team leader in a support role and expect them to excel right away! Set expectations and help them understand/accomplish the mission.

10. The militia is a voluntary organization like no other! In the Army you only volunteer once (when you enlist) and then you have to show up for training or go to jail. In the militia you must MAKE YOURSELF do the job as needed; this is called DISCIPLINE.  Recognize this when you see it and reward it!

11. Plan to train a lot of folks who ‘see the light’ AFTER the SHTF! If we turn them away they will go somewhere and it may be to the other side! View you current staff/members as the ‘seed corn’ for Americas future units. They will be the ‘squared away ones’ who will do the teaching and lead the masses.

12. Be creative in your training. Make it as fun but realistic as possible. Talk about the ‘what ifs’ with you team AND their families. No one will want to fight if they think their families are in jeopardy when they are in the field! Make an action plan to involve and protect your entire militia family.
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