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    Walker's Division (NA/EU)

    Walker's Division

    Walker's Division is a collection of regiments and units that have organized in and out of game for better coordination and play of the game at a competitive level. Walker's Division currently is comprised of the 4th Texas Infantry Regiment (Companies A, D, F, G, H, and I), 3rd Arkansas (Companies A & B), Hampton's Legion (Companies C & D), 6th Georgia (Companies A & G), 5th Texas Infantry Regiment (Companies B & G), Brockenborough's Artillery (Batteries A & 3), and 1st North Carolina Sharpshooters (Company B). Walker's Division has a unified rule system with a Charter and chain of command that inspires fair play and accountability in a non-toxic and drama-free environment.

    Major-General John George Walker was a Confederate general in the American Civil War. He served as a brigadier general under Stonewall Jackson and James Longstreet, before commanding the Texas Division unit in the Trans-Mississippi Department, known as Walker's Greyhounds for their speed and agility. He was ordered to disrupt U.S. Grant's supply-line opposite Vicksburg, Mississippi, but Grant had managed to cross to the East Bank, and Walker was reduced to minor operations, one of them against some of the first African-American troops to serve in battle. He was able to make a bigger contribution to the Red River Campaign in support of General Richard Taylor.

    Walker was promoted to lieutenant colonel of the 8th Texas Cavalry in August 1861, where he served in the Department of North Carolina. In September 1861, he was promoted to colonel. In January 1862, he was promoted to brigadier general and served in the Peninsula Campaign in the division of Brig. Gen. Theophilus H. Holmes, where he was wounded at Malvern Hill. His division occupied Loudoun Heights, overlooking Harpers Ferry, West Virginia before its garrison surrendered to Stonewall Jackson on September 15, 1862. He later joined the move to Sharpsburg and his division was notable in their defense of "bloody lane," just south of Dunker Church.

    Division Commander: Major General Drax

    4th Texas Infantry |

    Hampton's Legion |

    3rd Arkansas Infantry

    1st North Carolina Sharpshooters B |

    5th Texas Infantry |

    6th Georgia Infantry

    Brockenborough's Artillery


    In-Game Organization:

    Walker's Division is a collection of CSA regiments that have organized together to play in game. The following regiments may be utilized as points-of-contact:

    Division Commander: Major General Drax
    Division Aide de Camp: Lieutenant Colonel Mjtheko
    Division Adjutant: Captain George

    4th Texas Infantry Regiment: Col. Mystic
    3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment: Maj. Wilson
    6th Georgia Infantry Regiment:
    Maj. GoonDawg
    5th Texas Infantry Regiment: Maj. James
    Hampton's Legion: Cpt. Orion
    1st North Carolina Sharpshooters B: Cpt. Rex
    Brockenborough's Artillery A & 3(Maryland): Captain George

    Saturday 8pm EDT (NA TZ Event hosted by Blues and Grey's)
    Sunday 3pm EDT / 8pm GMT (EU TZ Event hosted by WD)
    Sunday 8pm EDT (NA TZ Event hosted by WD)
    Last edited by Lord Drax; 03-18-2021 at 11:13 AM.

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    Last edited by Lord Drax; 02-15-2020 at 03:30 AM.

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    CSA Captain

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    Good luck guys

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    CSA Captain

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    Good luck!
    1st Maryland is pretty cool, ya know?

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    Best of luck fella's!

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    Updated for 15th Georgia Infantry joining I Corps. Welcome gentlemen!

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    CSA Captain

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    Across the Pond!
    Good luck boys!

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    CSA Major General

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    With both wings present, I'm sure the CSA will be very successful in the Maryland Campaign
    I write for my personal account and from personal experience, unless stated otherwise.

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