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42nd Alpine infantry Group
Started by BlackHorseMilitia. Last reply by William f watson Feb 8.
Black Horse Militia is reaching out to all folks in Snohomish County. We are looking to build a solid unit in that area under the Black Horse Militia umbrella.We are fast tracked to train in and…Continue
Started by Jordan M. Last reply by Mojo 21st CST Jan 16, 2014.
Hey everyone I'm new and looking to meet up with some people in the area I'm a fellow patriot whos ready and willing thanks guys
The AO concept is not arbitrary- It does makes sense to have a reasonable response time to the group. I would say perhaps, adjust the geography in favor of a rally point or something that everyone involved can say, muster in 20 minutes ?
I know this sounds profound as timing can easily be stretched out due to the usual suspects. My point is the possibility of team members becoming isolated from each other in an emergency... This does bring up the old conversation of radio communications.
I know it is a capital expense yet- I hope everyone has something running 10 - 160 meters .
I'm retired so my schedule is pretty flexible. My email address is SOLR.WA@comcast.net
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and mention south snohomish in subject line
aca for the meet and great i am available on monday and tuesday afternoons only the rest of the time im in some classes
aca i like the area proposed for the soutn snohomish area
The 42nd will be happy to help you guys in anyway we can.
Just let me know if I can help or what I can do. I'm in.
I concur with ACA & Friendly Fire on this. Being that I live in Mountlake Terrace that would put me smack dab in the middle of the proposed AO.
There really are no regulations ; there are laws of course. I see some basic militia standards have been published long ago yet, the regulations per person or per group should be established as a guideline that support a mission outcome ; these should be considered in the initial stages of establishment.
I think a 20 mile AO is manageable in worse cases. I have been receiving some distressing feedback regarding some of the operational units and travel seems to be one of the main belly aches.
The discussion about integration should be considered once there is an official presence and mission established.
I am a little tied up with support projects with another group however, it does not mean I can not operated independent of said group. This may not be compatible with the framework of some groups and so be it.
I travel between north king and north snohomish counties on the I5 and will accept that as a plausible AO.
It seems the standards of response time for a IRF or QRF are critical so, I encourage the discussion to remain realistic.
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