Recode has a collection of common acronymed terms for militias, such as the National Guard, the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force.
In this post, we’ll cover some of the more important terms that you should know.
A militia is any group that is organized and controlled by a military, political party, or other group.
An armed group is one that has the ability to take direct action to defend its territory, even if the group is not officially organized.
Armed groups also are known as militia groups.
They may be groups of individuals that are part of a larger political group, or groups of armed individuals.
Armed militia groups may be the most dangerous group in the United States, as they are considered a group that can be dangerous to public safety.
A militia may also be the primary source of information and support for a militia.
In this video, James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, outlines the dangers posed by militia groups and how to prevent them from becoming a threat.
In addition to armed groups, militia members may be known as citizens or “patriots.”
A citizen or patriot is an individual who believes in a strong government that is protected by the Constitution.
A citizen is also generally considered to be a patriotic and does not necessarily hold the same beliefs as a militia member.
The American Civil Liberties Union has also been campaigning for the removal of the term “patriot” from the definition of a militia in the U.S. Constitution.
The ACLU is calling on Congress to repeal the term, which it said “has become a derogatory term that has been used to stigmatize American citizens.”
It is also calling on states to remove the term militia from the law.
It’s important to remember that the term means “fiercely loyal,” and there are often differences of opinion on whether or not a militia is “firmly loyal.”
The phrase “patriotic militia” has been coined by the National Rifle Association and has become a shorthand for the same things.
The NRA is not the militia, but the NRA is a very important ally to militias.
What are the characteristics of militia groups?
The following are the most important characteristics that you’ll need to know when considering whether or, in some cases, when a militia group should be considered a militia: A. They are part or all of a political party or political movement.
This is usually the case if there is a significant amount of political influence in the militia group.
The most important groups are those with strong political influence.
A political party may have a few hundred or more members and a few dozen active members.
In the United Kingdom, the largest political party has about 50,000 members.
The Scottish National Party has about 40,000.
A “patron” is an organization that has no active political members and no elected officials.
They have at least one active member.
This includes military and civilian members.
This can include military or civilian employees.
For example, a “military militia” may include members of the armed forces, law enforcement officers, and police officers.
A civilian militia group can include members and employees of the United Nations, U.N. agencies, and other organizations.
They meet at least once a month.
In some states, a militia meeting is held every other Saturday and is considered a regular meeting.
In other states, it is a non-denominational meeting.
A non-believing member of the militia may be asked to leave the group if he or she is disruptive, abusive, or otherwise not part of the group.
It is also possible for a member to leave if the other members begin to verbally attack the person.
They provide support for the group’s mission.
The group is a military group, and their primary goal is to defend their territory and protect their property.
The primary source for that support may be their own military.
The armed group’s primary purpose is to provide protection for the territory and property of the other militia members.
They pay for their own weapons and ammunition.
In general, militia groups are funded by members, and in some states there is an additional $1,000 limit on how much each militia member may pay for arms and ammunition, depending on their rank and level of training.
They do not have a formal government or military organization.
An armed group may not be a “federal” or “state” militia, or they may have “a militia association,” which is a different type of militia.
The militia group has been in existence for at least five years.
The five-year rule is sometimes applied to militia groups that were formed in the 1970s and ’80s.
In these cases, the five-years rule will still apply, although the five years will be considered for determining whether the militia is a legitimate armed group.