|Name:||The Project Militia|
|Vehicle(s):||Project Militia Enforcer|
|Voiced by:||Jordan Bridges|
Kevin Merill Wilson
Project Militia is an organization of mercenaries hired by The Project to capture Danny and Leo, appearing in Manhunt 2.
Project Militia is an organization that is made up of imprisoned criminals from Death Row whose executions have been faked in exchange for being hired by The Project in their private army. Their existence is plausibly deniable, for they have no actual identity and were recorded dead long ago. All their identifying features have been erased or drastically altered, and their fingerprints and tattoos have been removed as well; their teeth have also been re-aligned to mess with dental records and they are prohibited from having any sort of personal relationship. In short, they are untraceable. They are ghost agents serving the Project as a highly disciplined and well-equipped private military, with essentially nothing to lose. They have reinforcements in the sky and on ground, and are seen hunting in groups. They are mostly motivated by the money, but they are also loyal to The Project, for erasing their misdeeds and owing their continued existence to them as well. With most having been career criminals or death row inmates before being enlisted by The Project, they are highly aggressive and brutal, often flaunting their power over victims. They appear in the missions Best Friends and Assassination. Their weapons of choice are the Nightstick, the Light Handgun, the Heavy Handgun, the Sub-Machine Gun, the Sniper Rifle and the Revolver.
- Early version's of the Project Militia looked very similar to the Cerberus. They wore yellowish- green goggles, black gloves and black armor, with the Project logo on them. Audio files for the Project Militia have them commenting on wearing masks, which is a reference to their original design.
- Six voice actors are credited for the Project Militia, but only four are found in the retail versions, and an additional voice can be found in the PS2 beta, making five of the six voices used in the public versions.