|Active||1852 – present|
|Country|| British Raj (1852–1948)
|Branch||British Indian Army (1852–1948)
Frontier Corps (1948–present)
|Regimental Centre||Zhob, Baluchistan|
The Zhob Militia are a branch of the Frontier Corps, a Pakistani paramilitary force based in Baluchistan and are one of the oldest paramilitary groups in the region.  The militia is under the control of the Frontier Corps and is commanded by officers seconded from Pakistan Army.
Between 1919 and 1920 they acted as a Mounted infantry regiment under the command of British officers. They fought against Amānullāh Khān forces during the Third Anglo-Afghan War. The enlisted men and sepoys are mostly recruited from the Kakar and Abdali tribes native to the region.
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- Tripodi, Christian (2011). Edge of empire : the British political officer and tribal administration on the North-West frontier 1877–1947. Ashgate. p. 95. ISBN 978-0-7546-6838-1.
- Indian Army (1923). Operations in Waziristan, 1919–1920. Government Central Press. p. 74.
- Tomsen, Peter (2011). Wars of Afghanistan (1st ed.). Public Affairs. p. 70. ISBN 978-1-58648-781-2.