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Regiments / Re: The Commander-in-Chief’s Guard / General Washington’s Life Guard
« Last post by John Cooley on September 26, 2018, 04:24:20 pm »
Chain of Command

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Colonel   
Lieutenant Colonel
Major
Captain
First Lieutenant
Second Lieutenant
Ensign
Regimental Sergeant Major
Sergeant Major
Sergeant
Corporal
Private First Class
Private
Recruit


Regiment Structure
10 Companies 100 men each

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Command Headquarters Company - Heavy Infantry Company
Colonel - Cooley
1st Lieutenant -
2nd Lieutenant -
Regimental Sergeant Major -

Color Company  Heavy Infantry Company
Lieutenant Colonel -
1st Lieutenant -
2nd Lieutenant -
Ensign -
Ensign -
Sergeant Major -

FROM HERE DOWN WILL BE ADJUSTED SOON SINCE MORE GAME INFORMATION WAS REVEALED TO ME ...

Heavy Cavalry Company
Major -
1st Lieutenant -
Ensign -
Sergeant Major -

Dragoon Company
Captain -
Lieutenant -
Ensign -
Sergeant Major -

Artillery Company
Captain -
1st Lieutenant -
2nd Lieutenant -
Sergeant Major -

Heavy Infantry Company
Captain -
Lieutenant -
Ensign -
Sergeant Major -

Heavy Infantry Company
Captain -
Lieutenant -
Ensign -
Sergeant Major -

Heavy Infantry Company
Captain -
Lieutenant -
Ensign -
Sergeant Major -

Light Infantry Company
Captain -
1st Lieutenant -
2nd Lieutenant -
Sergeant Major -

Light Infantry Company
Captain -
1st Lieutenant -
2nd Lieutenant -
Sergeant Major -

NOTE:
Lieutenant, Ensign and Sergeant Major - Chosen by Company Commanders

Regimental Flags
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WORK IN PROGRESS
Will place pics here once approved for use in-game.

Ensigns will have their names and units listed here.
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Regiments / The Commander-in-Chief’s Guard / General Washington’s Life Guard
« Last post by John Cooley on September 26, 2018, 04:23:35 pm »
NOTE:
Placeholder for Regiment awaiting approval once Kickstarter ends.


Official Designation:
The Commander-in-Chief’s Guard
Also Referred to as:
General Washington’s Life Guard

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WORK IN PROGRESS
Although Historically the Guard was only tasked with protecting the Commander-in-Chief, his baggage and the Continental Army’s official papers,
we have formed a Combat Arms wing of the unit. The actual Guards never reached Regiment size, having a Battalion of men at their largest.
However, for the purposes of Whigs and Tories this unit is mustered to be a fully functioning combat Regiment containing ...
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
1 Heavy Infantry Headquarters Company
1 Heavy Infantry Color Company
2 Heavy Infantry Companies
2 Light Infantry Companies
1 Heavy Cavalry Company
2 Dragoon Companies
1 Artillery Company

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WORK IN PROGRESS
Recruitment Information will be posted here

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WORK IN PROGRESS
Throughout the American Revolutionary War, George Washington’s personal bodyguard was an elite corps of infantry and mounted men.
It was officially entitled The Commander-in-Chief’s Guard, but was more commonly known as The Life Guard.
At the start of the Revolutionary War, and the formation of the Continental Army, there was a stalemate between American and British forces around Boston, MA. After Washington stationed guns on Dorchester Heights and forced the British evacuation of Boston, the Continental Army was forced to become mobile to counter a British invasion along the coast. With movement, there became danger to Washington’s person. A surprise raid upon headquarters by colonial Tories and/or British raiders became a serious possibility so a personal guard to the Commander-in-Chief became necessary.   
The Guard was authorized on March 11, 1776 and organized the next day at Cambridge, Massachusetts prior to the Continental Army’s move from Boston to New York City. The guard’s purpose was to protect General George Washington.
However they were further assigned the responsibility of protecting the Continental Army’s official papers as well as the general’s baggage.
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nice
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Regiments / Re: 5th (Northumberland Fusiliers) | Update: 20/9/18 | Recruiting | EU/NA
« Last post by Alexander on September 25, 2018, 10:42:15 pm »
You dare? I will challenge you to a duel! Mix your deck, sir!
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Regiments / Re: 1st Delaware Regiment [NA/EU][Recruiting]
« Last post by Sir-Gator on September 25, 2018, 08:21:04 pm »
regiment is still growing and we accept more members to fight together with General Washington
indeed major  8)
*Bump  ::)
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Regiments / Re: Hessian Fusilier Regiment von Lossberg - (CB)
« Last post by Long Tree on September 25, 2018, 08:05:47 pm »
the big 8k ?
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Regiments / Re: 5th (Northumberland Fusiliers) | Update: 20/9/18 | Recruiting | EU/NA
« Last post by Long Tree on September 25, 2018, 08:05:01 pm »
dont mind me just stealing this
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Regiments / V. N O R T H U M B E R L A N D - Service Grade Insignia
« Last post by Alexander on September 25, 2018, 05:24:40 pm »
Hey guys! Guess what! I am working now on some insignia for the our service grades. It should be historical accurate and also match our regiment.

Here a few insignia:

   Corporal

   Serjeant

   Serjeant Major

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DO NOT COPY !!!
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that from the patriot?

Don't think so no. It sounds great though right?
It's some Hungarian orchestra.
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