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Thread: 4th North Carolina Co.B-"Scotch Ireland Grays"-"The Bloody 4th" NA/EU

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    4th North Carolina Co.B-"Scotch Ireland Grays"-"The Bloody 4th" NA/EU



    Last edited by TRaider; 11-30-2019 at 04:59 AM.



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    USA General of the Army

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    Congrats!
    Welcome to the CSA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. P. Hill View Post
    Congrats!
    Welcome to the CSA!
    Thank you sir!



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    Welcome to another proud North Carolina unit!
    Currahee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaBelle View Post
    Welcome to another proud North Carolina unit!
    Thank you Sir!



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    Welcome back old friend! Great choice of unit, the Bloody 4th attached to Hill's division of Stonewall Jacksons II Corps! Looking forward to working with you in the field & best of luck with your new regiment.
    STONEWALL JACKSON'S II CORPS
    MAJOR GENERAL PAIOLETTI
    Commander of the 6th Louisiana Tigers

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAIOLETTI View Post
    Welcome back old friend! Great choice of unit, the Bloody 4th attached to Hill's division of Stonewall Jacksons II Corps! Looking forward to working with you in the field & best of luck with your new regiment.
    Thank you very much friend!



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    Sad to see you cross over to the CSA. Union has lost a fine unit. Why the change in Uniforms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravescot View Post
    Sad to see you cross over to the CSA. Union has lost a fine unit. Why the change in Uniforms?
    The 4th New Jersey carries on with their new Scottish leader Captain Dan Hagman. At the beginning of last month I had retired from the unit properly and handed off command. After a little over a month in retirement I decided it was time for a change and I really do love to start something new and trying different strategies and improving upon past mistakes. I look forward to seeing you on the field!
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