Unless I am mistaken I believe the 29th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, the unit that helped secure the beach at Normandy, France on D-Day (June 6, 1945) was considered to have been a direct descendent of the Stonewall Brigade of T.J. Jackson of the Army of Northern Virginia. I can't recall the unit number but the Stonewall Brigade itself was formed from a Virginia Militia Unit. I believe the 29th Infantry Division was even refered to as the Blue/Gray Division during World War II. I'm running on memory here so it would be best to double check but I don't think Virginia had disbanded its MIlitia prior to the war.
FYI___ My research on this was due to my mother's 1st cousin, a member of the 29th Infantry Division, being KIA on Normandy Beach. His grandfather and namesake had been a Mississippi born Cavalry trooper who served the CSA in Powers Regiment of Louisiana and Mississippi Cavalry.