• Who is the Alabama Militia?

    The Alabama Militia is looking for members that want to serve our Community and State. We offer training and comradery as well as a place for your family to prosper. We pride ourselves on not being the Stereotypical Militia. Everyone is welcome, regardless of race, creed, gender, color, religion, or political affiliation, provided you do not wish to bring harm to our country or people. The Alabama Militia does not tolerate Racism, Right/Left/Center Wing Extremism, Anti-Government or Anti-Law Enforcement Agendas.

  • Where is the Alabama Militia?

    The Alabama Militia is distinct from the Alabama State Defense Force (Alabama State Militia) in that it is not recognized as part of the organized militia by the government of Alabama, but is rather privately organized by private citizens as an unorganized militia. Our Area of Operation is Madison County and the surrounding counties including Dekalb and Cullman Counties..

  • Is the Alabama Militia Legal?

    Title 31 - MILITARY AFFAIRS AND CIVIL DEFENSE. Chapter 2 - MILITARY CODE. Section 31-2-5 - Composition of unorganized militia. Universal Citation: AL Code § 31-2-5 (2015) Section 31-2-5 Composition of unorganized militia. The unorganized militia shall consist of all able-bodied male resident citizens of the state and all able-bodied resident males who have declared their intention to become citizens of the United States, between the ages of 17 and 45, and of such other persons, male and female, as may, upon their own application, be enlisted or commissioned therein, subject to any existing law, who are not serving in any force of the organized militia and who are not on the state retired list. (Acts 1957, No. 592, p. 829, §3; Acts 1973, No. 1038, p. 1572, §5.)

  • What is a Prepsteader?

    Someone who combines prepping and homesteading may be a Prepsteader. Why focus on one or the other when you can learn more. Joining the Alabama Militia doesnt mean you are a militant. We do so much more and have a lot more to learn.

  • What does the Alabama Militia do?

    The Alabama Militia was formed to support the Constitutions of the United States an Alabama. Our purpose is to serve, aid, and protect our families and communities. We train for more than Military purposed. We share information and training with each other about medical, food storage, CERT missions, and much more. Contact us and find out more.

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Militia Members may consider participating in Community Emergency Response Team training.

About CERT

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program is a nationally supported, locally implemented initiative that teaches people how to better prepare themselves for hazards that may affect their communities. Since 1993, CERT trains the public in basic disaster response skills such as team organization, disaster medical operations, fire safety, and light search and rescue. The ability for CERT volunteers to perform these activities frees up professional responders to focus their efforts on more complex, essential, and critical tasks.

Get Involved

Before, during, and after disasters, CERT volunteer teams perform basic response activities, including checking in on neighbors, distributing information to the public, supporting emergency operations centers, and helping to manage traffic and crowds. Local CERT programs train and organize teams of volunteers to assist their families, neighbors, co-workers, and other community members during emergencies when professional responders may not be immediately available to provide assistance. CERT offers various opportunities with you in mind.

CERT Basic Training

This covers basic skills that are important to know in a disaster when emergency services are not available. With training and practice, and by working as a team, you will be able to protect yourself and maximize your capability to help for the greatest number of people after a disaster. There are 9 core units to CERT basic trainings.

  • Unit 1: Disaster Preparedness
  • Unit 2: CERT Organization
  • Unit 3: Disaster Medical Operations - Part 1
  • Unit 4: Disaster Medical Operations - Part 2
  • Unit 5: Disaster Psychology
  • Unit 6: Fire Safety and Utility Controls
  • Unit 7: Light Search and Rescue Operations
  • Unit 8: Terrorism and CERT
  • Unit 9: Course Review, Final Exam and Disaster Simulation

Click here for a more detailed explanation of CERT Basic Training