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PostSubject: Mississippi constitutional milita   Sat Jul 16, 2011 3:15 am

Due to confusion with our group the southeast ms militia an another group the "mississippi militia " an for legal reasons, we have decided to change the name of our group from the southeast ms milita, to the Mississippi Constitutional Militia. We have filed our bylaws an here is a copy of them

Mississippi Constitutional Militia bylaws

Mississippi Constitutional Militia Bi-Laws

Code of Conduct

The Mississippi Constitutional Militia is a legal, unorganized citizen’s Volunteer Militia as authorized by the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the Constitution of the great state of Mississippi. Our Bylaws are as follows.


United States Constitution:
Second Amendment:
“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

United States Code:
TITLE 10 > Subtitle A > PART I > CHAPTER 13
§311. Militia: composition and classes

(a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and or female citizens of the United States who are members of the National Guard.

(b) The classes of the militia are—
(1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval Militia; and
(2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval Militia.

The PURPOSE of these by-laws is to explain the mission, goals and organizational structure of the Mississippi Constitutional Militia.
1. MISSION: To support the States Organized Militia.
To defend the Constitution of Mississippi and the Constitution of the United States of America. To uphold and to defend the Bill of Rights, seen as unalienable, and given by our Creator to free men that they may remain free.
To support the County Sheriff's Departments and State Police. To insure that all citizens-- regardless of race, color, religion, sex, physical characteristics, or national origin-- shall have the right and opportunity to due process of the law as established and guaranteed by the Great Document which guides this Great Nation.
2. GOALS: It will be the goals of the Mississippi Constitutional Militia to:
a) PRESENT itself to the citizens of this region as a well-regulated, well-trained, well-equipped, and knowledgeable Militia consisting of ordinary citizens rather than professionals.
b) ASSIST citizens in the event of national disaster, civil defense, and in the defense of self and state.
c) ESTABLISH a cohesive leadership structure, able to instruct and task as needs arise.
d) TRAIN its membership in the many disciplines of disaster preparedness and firearms proficiency.
e) EDUCATE its members on the Rights and Duties of a Citizen, according to The Constitution, and Bill of Rights. And to acknowledge how America's early history reveals an inevitable conflict between any tyrannical government and man's innate desire to be free.
f) INFORM its members of local, national, and global events which would imperil the Constitution and impact the direction of the country and their families.
g) ENCOURAGE its members to stand against all tyranny which threatens to undermine our form of government and these United States of America.
h) UPHOLD the pure constitutional rule of law whereby all citizens have the right to trial by a jury of their peers in a court of law.

In order to achieve the goals listed above, a Leadership Staff has been created. All elements of the Militia will be subordinate to the Leadership Staff. The general membership will be organized as A and B teams. The Unit Staff will assign the leaders of these teams. Each team leader will be responsible for assigning rank and duties within their team. The mission of each team is to accomplish the goals of the Militia as a whole. Upon taking the oath, each member will be assigned a position in a team.

3.1 The Leadership Staff:
The Unit staff is made up of officers selected and appointed by the existing staff:
The Commander will hold the rank of Colonel.
The Executive Officer will hold the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
The Communication, Medical, Intelligence, Operations, Engineering and Weapons NCO will hold the rank of Senior _______ Sergeant.
The Group Morale Officer (if appointed) will hold the title of Chaplain
The NCOIC will hold the title of Sergeant Major.

3.2 Field Officers:
All Field officer Positions will be assigned according to the task performed and/or experience.

3.3 Enlisted Personnel:
Ranks will be assigned according to Doc. Mississippi Constitutional Militia 3.3
Specialists can hold additional titles (Medic, Scout, Engineer)

3.4 Authority:
Leaders and Officers elected and appointed to command and support positions are given their authority by you. As a member, you are expected to support and follow the orders and directives of the Chain of Command. Trust and teamwork are the cornerstones of our organization. If you feel compelled to disobey or openly reject the Chain of Command, you should immediately withdraw from the Militia, without prejudice. Provision is made to remove members who discredit the Militia though a hearing (Juris Minor) by the Chain of Command and upon appeal, a two-thirds vote of the members in good standing.

Membership in the Mississippi Constitutional Militia Unit shall be open to any citizen over the age of 18 regardless of sex, race, and religion, physical characteristic or national origin. Membership is voluntary, and will last until the member withdraws or is dismissed by proper authority.
All Militia members will be required to provide information about his/her self in order to best utilize their experience and background. Information provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the functioning of the Unit.
For the protection of the Community and the Militia, members are forbidden to possess, use or carry drugs or alcohol on any Unit events or activities. Membership is not open to anyone with a felony criminal conviction, any misdemeanor conviction related to domestic violence, or any involuntary mental health commitment. Members must be willing and able to submit to a background check and/or drug test at the discretion of the Leadership Staff and their immediate Team Leader.
These terms are binding and non-negotiable upon application for membership. Any falsification will be considered breach of trust and grounds for immediate dismissal from the Mississippi Constitutional Militia.

4.1 Types of Membership:
a) Member-- An active participant in the Mississippi Constitutional Militia activities, abiding by the rules and regulations of the Militia, and having completed the 60-day probationary period, providing information required by the Leadership Staff, signed and taken the oath. Members may be issued an ID card with their name, rank and ID number on it. Militia or Team patch(es) will also be provided.
b) Supporter -- An active supporter who chooses to remain anonymous. A supporter does not take the oath, has no voting rights, and has no say in the running of the Mississippi Constitutional Militia.

4.2 Withdraw/Dismissal:
A member may voluntarily withdraw his or her membership in the Militia at any time by notifying the Leadership Staff, in writing, of their decision. Following the 60-day probationary period, a member may be dismissed from membership only after a formal hearing by the Chain of Command. Two-thirds vote from the Leadership Staff will be required.

4.3 Conduct:
Group members are highly encouraged to live exemplary lives as outlined in the Mississippi Constitutional Militia Code of Conduct and the Laws of their State of Residence. Blatant violation of the law places the legitimacy of the Mississippi Constitutional Militia at risk. Just one member can jeopardize the Unit by illegal acts when those wishing to discredit us look for such opportunity.
Therefore, in order to protect the body as a whole, Militia members will be subject to a Juris Minor made up of the Leadership Staff convened to hear the facts of the case before it. Members may stand trial for such acts that would discredit the Mississippi Constitutional Militia Unit or place the Militia at risk. The accused will stand in his/her own defense. No charge will be brought to court minor unless supported by at least two witnesses. The maximum penalty for any offense will be permanent dismissal from the Militia. After counsel the convened Leadership Staff will vote on action.
Any Militia members may voluntarily withdraw from the Militia at any time without prejudice for conscience sake. In such case, all issued equipment must be returned. It shall also be the right of each Militia member to appeal to authority within the direct chain of command regarding grievances. In every case however, the Militia member shall follow the order or directive first and make his appeal afterward.

4.4 Recruitment:
Under no circumstances are Militia members to discredit the Mississippi Constitutional Militia by pressuring citizens to join or to contribute material or financial support. All material and financial contributions will be accepted with the clear understanding that the inalienable rights of all will be protected without qualification.

All Militia members will be required to take the oath and sign it, to uphold the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Mississippi and to protect it from all enemies.

5.1 Oath for Non-commissioned Members:
"I _____________ do solemnly swear to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Mississippi. I hereby take an oath of service to the Mississippi Constitutional Militia and all lawful Citizens of the United States of America. I will obey the Leaders over me as far as my conscience will allow. If needed, I will fight with courage and honor, and show mercy when victorious. I will never surrender for as long as I have the means to resist. I will to the best of my ability withhold all information from any enemy no matter what may occur. I will never act in a way that would bring disgrace upon myself, this country, or the Militia. I understand I take this position voluntarily and am free to leave at anytime. This I do pledge, under God, and upon my honor."

5.2 For Commissioned Officers:
"I, (Name), having been appointed an officer in the Mississippi Constitutional Militia, in the grade of (rank), do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitutions of the Several States against all enemies, both foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will willing and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter; So Help Me God."

As a member of the Mississippi Constitutional Militia, you are encouraged to procure and maintain items of uniform and equipment. When in uniform, you represent the Unit. Therefore your uniform will be clean, buttons buttoned, shirts tucked in, and patches sewn on properly. Proper impression is very important to the community.

The primary weapon of a Militia member will be the rifle. It will be required of all Militia members not otherwise opposed for conscience sake, to have his own rifle, ammunition, and gear.
Group members are required to remain proficient in the maintenance and safe operation of the rifle and to have a minimum of 200 rounds of ammunition and 75 rounds per sidearm available at all times. The Militia member's knapsack shall consist of necessary items to be determined, based on the member's assignment. Thus outfitted, the knapsack will be kept available at all times for rapid deployment by the Militia member. If you are restricted to limited funds, set your priority on proper uniforms and attire rather than exotic military hardware. A prepared kit is more credible than a lot of neat toys.
Group members WILL be expected to obey all Constitutional state and local firearms laws. Unit members are normally expected to carry military style firearms. Only in self-defense will a Militia member discharge his weapon. As with members of organized military units on leave, Militia members are expected to abide by all hunting rules and regulations pertaining to the use of firearms for that purpose.

In the case of a natural or man made disaster, the role of communication is critical. Therefore, the Citizen Band radio and ham radio will be the principal forms of communication for the Mississippi Constitutional Militia. Persons taking part in emergency communications should have a valid ham radio operator license. Members should also attempt to procure usable GMRS/FRS radios for local communications.

Periodic musters and assemblies are necessary and shall be called to achieve the overall goals of the Mississippi Constitutional Militia. Members must discipline themselves to set aside time each month, for assembly. Militia members will be notified of actual assembly times and places. While it is intended that the Militia intrude as little as possible in the private lives of its members, it is also clear that individual members are volunteers and must be ready to meet periodically and to deploy as the need arises. Our regular muster occurs on the 3rd Saturday of each month, at 9am EST. These may take place at a members home, our headquarters, or local target range. Locations will be announced at least 2 weeks in advance.

9. These bylaws are filed with the state an each county. When we get members in a new county these bylaws will be filed within a 90 day period.

10. The Mississippi constitutional militia is unorganized militia, an will be a state group of unorganized militia in all Mississippi counties. We will obide by all laws an all Mississippi code regarding an pertaining to the unorganized milita.

We are officially formed for the unorganized militia in the great state of Mississippi on the 08 day of July in the year of our Lord 2011
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