36th VA here
36th VA here
9th Ky (i'm down in TN though)
"The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving on."-U.S. Grant"Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less."-Robert E. LeeFaugh a Ballagh"Fighting 69th"Pvt. Alastar LaneCompany A
Sorry for bumping this thread, but I want to join a regimwnt when I get the money to. However, I am debating on what to do. Either Spanish-American war, WW1, or Vietnam, with other possible wars. Which ones do you think I should partake in?
I just started reenacting the 69th PA Co.D I've also been a ww2 reenactor for 5 years now. I use to reenact H. Co 508th PIR. But now I reenact Co. G 507th PIR which was also part of the 82nd airborne and the 17th Airborne during ww2. I carry an m1 carbine and I am a full auto 30 Cal, gunner/asst gunner.
I reenact with Bledsoe's Battery. Been working the cannons for about 10 years now. We also go out as a skirmishing unit as well.
Capt. H.Love, Richmond Howitzers Battery A. Join Today!
I reenact in the Napoleonic Wars and in the American Civil War on EU Side for more then 8 years now, its still a pleasure!
-American Civil War: 2nd Wisconsin Comp. A 1st Lt
-Napoleonic Wars: General Adjutant, Major
I'm 1st Sgt D. John Callahan of the 3rd KS Light Artillery. Going to Shiloh event this weekend as adjutant under Captain Lafferty, in fact. Been doing it for about six years.
I do WW2 US. 35th Infantry Division. 35th Reconnaissance Troop
"To conquer without peril is to triumph without glory"
Me as Confederate
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I would like to reenact but I never had the chance to do it.
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Texas Poppin B
My YT channel(its in the works)https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBL...e3wPqlOTtC1Ufg