All branches of the civic militarized forces are to adhere to the CMF Rules of Engagement, Code of Conduct, and are given their operational powers by the second amendment of the United States Constitution. Any acts to repress our constitutional rights will be treated as an aggressive action with an adverse response. During natural disasters and foreign attacks, usCROW-CMF can operate in conjunction with state officials when not in conflict with usCrow Guidelines.
usCrow.org was founded by one individual and through a grass roots campaign with social networks and local assets formed the fastest growing militia in America while establishing the site as a unique survival and defense entity. The following are certified contributors to usCrow.org, and CMF Operations;
- Administrator Ryan – Founding member of usCrow.org and primary coordinator for the Civic Militarized Forces
- Contributor Runik – Founding member of usCrow.org, contributing military platform, and survivalist articles.
- David Black – Contributing writer for all medical related articles.
- Contributor Patterson – Opinion and Editorial writer for usCrow.org
Administration’s CMF Role
CMF Militia Administration does not command regions. Regions are solely commanded by Regional Commanders. Operations are set forth and carried out by interstate commanders. Administration provides autonomous directing of personnel and enlistments while outlining standard operating procedures and guidelines. Command resides in the states.
CMF Militia Commanders
CMF Regional Commands are established as enlistments reach quotes and apportioned in accordance to manpower in three primary national regions; West, Central, East, with four regional commanders per region who unanimously decide on personnel training, high-risk combat missions and operations. These commanders ultimately form the united consensus of command. Regional organization explained:
PMCOM – Pacific Militia Command
- Sierra Nevada Command – Nevada – Command Established
- West Mountain Division – Washington, Oregon, Idaho – Command Established
CMC – Central Militia Command
- Central Tundra Command – Wyoming, Montana, Utah, South Dakota, Colorado – Command Established
- Armex – Arizona, New Mexico, California – Command Established
MIDCOM -Midwestern Militia Command
- Northern Command – North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin
- Texstar – Texas – Command Established
- Rebel Regulator Command – Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi
- Central Valley Command – Missouri, Illinois, Iowa – Command Established
- Central Regional Command – Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kansas
ATCOM – Atlantic Command
- 2nd Atlantic Command – Florida, Georgia, Alabama – Command Established
- 2nd Mountain Division – Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky – Command Established
- 51st Mountain Division – South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia– Command Established
- 2nd Northern Command – New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Massachusetts
- 1st Battle Command – Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania
- Residential Regulators – Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey – Command Established
The usCrow Reaper Unit consists of highly trained retired and active US Armed Forces members, and highly trained freelance operatives specializing in unconventional warfare. Reapers are charged with the high risk but critical operations utilizing unconventional warfare methodology. Reapers are expected to demonstrate advanced skills, knowledge, and courage as an example to other civic forces.
CSC – Crow Sentinel Command
CSC Operatives are trained in their native surroundings and are expected to defend their communities against attempted seizures of farm lands, refineries, natural resources, and against any hostile attack until CMF battalions can provide support. This role is assigned to those not suitable for active combat roles.