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    Quote Originally Posted by TrustyJam View Post
    All correct answers. Thanks gents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat View Post
    They will wear the more common Uniforms of the Regiment.

    The Tartan and Glengarry of the 79th hardly existed by the Maryland Campaign and only a few had them, Same for the 11th's special Uniform. The 79th went on to wear standard Union Uniform and I assume the 11th went on to wear standard Confederate Uniforms or at least another type of Uniform.

    It's to make the game more accurate and so you don't have a whole 79th Company wearing Tartan Trews and Glengarry's etc.
    Not to mention that the tartans were more of a Dress Parade uniform, and not a fatigue uniform. Also all those special uniforms, both Zouave and Highlanders, and etc., were way more expensive to manufacture so in order to cut costs and keep everyone looking similar, the various war departments issued uniform codes and uniforms for their various soldiers. And as was said, by 1862, pretty much any "specialty" uniform was non existent

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    In all honesty I could have went without the pledge uniforms they are cool in all but like A. P. Hill said they were pretty rare by 1862 there were only a few "special units" that kept their Zouave uniforms through out the whole war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle422 View Post
    In all honesty I could have went without the pledge uniforms they are cool in all but like A. P. Hill said they were pretty rare by 1862 there were only a few "special units" that kept their Zouave uniforms through out the whole war.

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    Possibly. Not a sound plan in terms of chances of funding though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrustyJam View Post
    Possibly. Not a sound plan in terms of chances of funding though.

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    This is agreeable, I understand why you guys did it. The uniforms are cool as stated That's why I pledged for them

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