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Thread: 17-09-2019 Forty-Third Field Report: Artillery Progress Update

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    If ammo from caissons is available to artillery crews, could ammo crates exist for infantry? I have run out of ammo a few times lately and hate having to wait for a charge to die gloriously and not out of line....F9 is too wasteful. Would be great to refill the cartridge box.
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    that might actually be a fun role. Like McKinley's. Make sure your boys have rounds....
    Descendant of David Jewell - 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, Philo Johnson - 11th Vermont/1st VTHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbsmith7 View Post
    We need mules for that.
    Yep, mules connected to quartermaster wagons.

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    And here I am, a simple man only longing for an optional mustache and a field brothel. (could be a place to re-generate when injured)

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