In reference to the above post, there is a M1841 Mississippi Rifle at the Fort Douglas Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah, that is believed to be from Camp
I had the opportunity to serve as a First Sergeant for my first time this past fall with a 30+ man company of men from a few different groups that we
Tom Willliams (who goes by 4thvaadjutant on this forum) also makes excellent copies of administrative forms for CS impressions. He makes great stuff for
Have a great time this weekend, gents!
Safe travels to all. I look forward to the AARs
Boys, Co. A is the smallest company in the battalion right now. If you haven't decided who to run with, please join our ranks. We will be glad to have
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If you have signed up, but have not paid yet, please do so within the next 72 hours so we can get you on the
Thanks for the information, Tyler. We will post the appeal with our next set of dispatches, which will be sent out later this week.
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What John said. Beyond that sent you a PM.
I'm assuming here that Chris's coat is the least expensive but the larger size. If money is an important consideration go with the 44. A slightly too
Thanks Leland. I am a conundrum with purchasing a sack coat. I have a choice between a CJ Daley(sz 44), Wedeward, and a W&W Co. They only differences