This is the history.
In the weeks that followed they decided on their logo and motto. The logo would be the outline of the state of Ohio with a variation of the American flag over it. They changed the colors of the stripes to black and grey to represent the turning away from the Constitution. The blue field to represent the hope that they had that they could make a difference. The single white star to represent the dream of a single state making a difference. They chose the motto of “Molon Labe”, meaning “Come and take them” which is in reference to their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. After much consideration they chose to make the Last Ohio Militia a private men’s only club with an LLC license. The decision was made not to be solely a militant group but they want the organization to be involved in politics and family needs as well. Today the Last Ohio Militia, also known as The Last Militia or The Club is a preparedness organization network that looks to the future of everyone associated with them, from members, to family, to friends, to neighbors.