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    42nd Pennsylvania Infantry "Bucktails" - 2nd Battalion - Co. E & F ~ EU/NA





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    About the 42nd Pennsylvania

    Companies E and F, 2nd Battalion, 42nd Pennsylvania, are well-trained and -disciplined realism units for War of Rights. We have one or two events a week and one on the weekends, as well as one training session each week, for a total of three events weekly. Armed with Sharps breechloading rifles, the battalion fights in both line and skirmish formations, as an homage to the historic unit's disregard for the rule book. Battalion officers hold a pool of knowledge and skills, and the NCO corps walks their own path of specialization. This winning combination creates a team able to train men in all forms of combat. Players are recruited from all across the community with a wide range of different abilities; all are welcome in the 42nd Pennsylvania as long as you keep to the rules.

    All troops join the 42nd Pennsylvania as a Volunteer, the "Recruit" rank of our battalion. This is not for anyone who has that silly inwards desire to climb the ranks. A few will be given the chance to advance through the ranks but do not expect a bunch of enlisted possitons to climb. Those looking to join must understand that though this is a game, we are a realism unit. This means a serious environment when conducting ourselves formally. Officers must be addressed as 'Sir' and NCOs by their formal rank. That is not to say however that there won't be jokes and laughs and a bit of Tom foolery when marching about the field. You will get yelled at by a Drill Instructor in boot camp when you join, you can count on that. Outside of events and other formal occasions a large amount of the RP will be ditched so as to make sure that the environment does not become suffocating. We aim to make it so that instead of going "Arg I have an event I have to attend" you go "I'm looking forward to the next event!"

    "The 42nd, we put the 'Civil' in the Civil War." - First Lieutenant Pinckney




    History of the Regiment




    Formation

    The Forty Second Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, also known as the the 13th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment, 1st Pennsylvania Rifles, Kane's Rifles, or simply the "Bucktails," was a volunteer infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was a part of the famed Pennsylvania Reserve division in the Army of the Potomac for much of the early and middle parts of the war, and served in the Eastern Theater in a number of important battles, including Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg.

    The regiment first formed in April 1861, when Thomas L. Kane sought permission to raise a company of riflemen from among the hardy woodsmen of McKean County. Each man who came to the regiment's rendezvous point wore civilian clothes and a buck's tail in his hat-a symbol of his marksmanship.

    Indeed, the marksman test for joining the unit was unique at this early stage of the war. Most volunteers who joined the Union army did not have much proficiency with a weapon, let alone the newfangled rifled-muskets first introduced in the 1850s. The "Rifles" designation was a holdover from the days when soldiers who carried rifled weapons were a special outfit, and the Bucktails carried breech-loading Model 1859 Sharps Rifles, normally only issued to sharpshooters.

    The 42nd Pennsylvania was mustered at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 21, 1861. Thomas L. Kane was elected colonel, Charles John Biddle as lieutenant colonel, and Roy Stone as major. Kane, as a civilian, wanted to have Biddle, a Mexican War Veteran, be Colonel instead, and a second election was held, granting Kane his wish. The unit served as part of the Pennsylvania Reserves for the majority of its service with the Union Army.


    War

    The 42nd were first assigned to garrison duty in Maryland. On July 12 a scouting party under Kane of sixty men were surrounded by cavalry at New Creek Village, but fought them off, killing eight Confederates and wounding sixteen. After receiving reinforcements, Kane moved to Ridgeville which he captured after a skirmish.

    In the fall, it was assigned to the V Corps of the Army of the Potomac, then serving in the Shenandoah Valley. On October 20, it marched to Dranesville, where Colonel Kane was wounded in the mouth while repulsing the Confederates. During a reorganisation of the regiment in January 1862, Hugh W. McNeil was elected Colonel and Kane Lieutenant Colonel, with Stone remaining Major. Biddle had resigned to take his place in Congress.

    During the Peninsula Campaign, the Pennsylvania Reserves division was assigned as part of the I Corps; only part of the regiment went to the Peninsula, Companies C, G, H, and I, under the command of Kane, remaining in the Valley. This provisional battalion fought in several battles of the 1862 Valley campaign. During the June 6th Battle of Harrisonburg, in an attempt to rescue a Captain Haines and his wounded men of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry, the regiment held off Steuart's Brigade, including the 44th Virginia Infantry, the 58th Virginia Infantry, the 1st Maryland Infantry, CSA, and a Louisiana regiment, for an hour, killing General Turner Ashby. Colonel Kane was captured in the retreat. They had lost 52 men, and Confederates had lost over 500.

    The other six companies went under Major Stone. During the retreat from Richmond, they lost company in a swamp, then fought at Gaines Mill. Two other companies were lost during the retreat. At the retreat to Harrison's Landing, Stone and his men constructed a bridge over a stream, possibly saving the Union army. Stone took command of a different regiment after this. In early September, the two battalions were re-united under the command of McNeil, who had been sick; the Pennsylvania Reserve Division, now designated as the Third Division of the I Corps of the Army of the Potomac. At Bull Run, Kane was promoted to Brigadier General for covering Pope's retreat. His position was filled by Edward Irvin. The new Major was Alanson Niles. The regiment suffered extreme losses at Antietam, including Colonel McNeill.

    The new commander was Charles Taylor, who had been captured twice by Confederates. They participated in the disastrous assault on Fredericksburg. Irwin resigned from injury, and Niles became Lieutenant Colonel. At Gettysburg, Niles was wounded, and Taylor was killed at Little Round Top, leaving Major Hartshorn in command. They then marched to Spotslyvania for their final battle. The regiment was mustered out of service on June 11, 1864. Those who had reenlisted as Veteran Volunteers were transferred to the 190th Pennsylvania.

    Killed and mortally wounded: 11 officers, 151 enlisted men
    Died of disease: 2 officers, 88 enlisted men
    Total: 13 officers, 239 enlisted men

    First Sergeant of the 42nd PA



    Communications
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    Maj. Ben Tindall - HQ
    Capt. Alexander Kwatcher - Co. E
    2Lt. William Ranch - Co. F
    2Lt. Roy Stone - Bat. B
    42nd Discord.

    If you would like to organise an event or talk to one of its members or officers then add the Steam link above. Also if you are a member of the Battalion you are expected to have Maj. Tindall on Steam. Alternatively please feel free to join our discord.
    Do not be afraid to add one of the officers in the contact section if you have any curiosities. We will be more then happy to answer any questions you have about us as a unit and even just who we are.

    If you'd like to try and keep up to date with the developments of the 42nd Pennsylvania then feel free to read our monthly newsletter at https://thebucktail.wordpress.com/. A big thank you to Corporal Marshall (Jamez) for setting up the format for us to use, Corporal Wallace (Audiate) for the roster format and thread adjustments, and Private Decker (Thire) for the roster headers.




    Schedule








    Company E:


    Days

    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
    Sunday
    Type

    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Backers Training
    Backers Skirmish Battle
    Backers Skirmish Battle
    Time

    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    20:00 EDT
    20:00 EDT
    20:00 EDT


    Company F:


    Days

    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
    Sunday
    Type

    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    Backers Training & Skirmish
    Backers Skirmish Battle
    Backers Skirmish Battle
    Time

    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    19:00 GMT & 20:00 GMT
    20:00 GMT
    01:00 GMT






    Medals and Awards

    The medals and awards of the 42nd are all real life medals and awards from or associated to the American Civil War. There were very few army wide medals from the civil war and the few that existed were often either for just the regular army, issued by congress or made by specific Generals for only small portions of the full Armed Forces of the Union. As a result the 42nd has taken many awards from during and the post war period and adapted them for use within the Battalion. We as a Battalion do not want to be like other units, that issue medals for every little thing and make their men look like a North Korea or Soviet Generals. Instead we limit the amount of existing medals and set the requirements for earning them at high, but reachable, levels. This results in each medal and award carrying a significant level of importance and value and bestows their holds a great deal of prestige within the unit.


    Kearny Cross (Officer)


    Issued actions of distinction and merit on the field of battle.

    Kearny Cross (Enlisted)


    For actions of distinction and merit on the field of battle.

    Army Certificate of Merit


    For actions of distinction and merit off the field of battle.

    Grand Army of the Republic Medal


    For 2 years of active service within the Alpha and/or Beta of War of Right.



    Civil War Campaign Medal


    Issued for 4 years of continuous service to the Regiment.

    Pennsylvania Reserve Corps Medal


    Issued for 8 years of continuous service to the Regiment.

    1 Year Service Stripe


    Issued for every 1 year of enlistment within the Regiment.

    4 Year Service Stripe


    Issued for every 4 years of enlistment within the Regiment.


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    About the 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery

    The 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery B, Coopers Battery, is a dedicated and well-trained fighting machine. Utilising cannon, both smoothbore and rifled, to the best of its ability, with a sole purpose to engage - destroy and defeat the enemies of the Union. We serve alongside the 42nd Pennsylvania as fellow units of the Pennsylvania Reserves, and provide them with the essential artillery support needed to win victory over the rebels in battle. We attend one or two events a week as well as drill. Commissioned Officers across the battalion hold a large and varied pool of knowledge and skills, supported by the intellectual and well trained Non-Commissioned Officer team. This joining of two great teams creates a well-oiled organization able to train men in all forms of combat. Players are recruited from all across the community with varied abilities. The 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery welcome all who wish to enlist.

    All troops join the 1st Pennsylvania as a Volunteer, the "Recruit" rank of our battalion. This is not for anyone who has that silly inwards desire to climb the ranks. A few will be given the chance to advance through the ranks but do not expect a bunch of enlisted positons to climb. Those looking to join must understand that though this is a game, we are a realism unit. This means a serious environment when conducting ourselves formally. Officers must be addressed as 'Sir' and NCOs by their formal rank. That is not to say however that there won't be jokes and laughs and a bit of Tom foolery when marching about the field. You will get yelled at by a Drill Instructor in boot camp when you join, you can count on that. Outside of events and other formal occasions a large amount of the RP will be ditched so as to make sure that the environment does not become suffocating. We aim to make it so that instead of going "Arg I have an event I have to attend" you go "I'm looking forward to the next event!"




    Brief Battery History




    1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery B.
    Formation


    The battery was organized at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and mustered in for a three-year enlistment on August 5, 1861 under the command of Captain Hezekiah Easton.
    The battery was attached to McCall's Pennsylvania Reserve Division, Army of the Potomac, to March 1862. Artillery, 2nd Division, I Corps, Army of the Potomac, to April 1862. Artillery, McCall's Division, Department of the Rappahannock, to June 1862. Artillery, 3rd Division, V Corps, Army of the Potomac, to August 1862. Artillery, 3rd Division, III Corps, Army of Virginia, to September 1862. Artillery, 3rd Division, I Corps, Army of the Potomac, to February 1863. Artillery, 3rd Division, IX Corps, Army of the Potomac, to April 1863. Artillery, 2nd Division, VII Corps, Department of Virginia, to July 1863. U.S. Forces, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, to January 1864. Artillery, Heckman's Division, XVIII Corps, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, to April 1864. Defences of Portsmouth, Virginia, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, to May 1864. District of Eastern Virginia, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, to July 1864. Artillery Brigade, X Corps, to October 1864. Artillery Brigade, XVIII Corps, to December 1864. Artillery Brigade, XXIV Corps, Department of Virginia, to July 1865.


    Wartime History

    Battery B joined the Division of Pennsylvania Reserves on the 14th of August, 1861, at Tenallytown, and was assigned to the First Brigade General Reynolds commanding. Lieutenant Cadwalader was on picket with his section at Great Falls, in September, when the rebels fired on the troops guarding that point. The first death in the battery, that of private James M. M'Clurg, occurred on the 29th of September. Until the 11th of October, it was armed with four six-pounder James guns, when two of these were exchanged for four ten-pounder Parrots. That night it crossed the Potomac and joined the division at Camp Pierpont. On the 14th of October, private Frederick B. Leifet was killed, and private Alfred Phillips Severely wounded, by the accidental discharge of the musket of a member of Company E, Third Reserves, while on dress parade. On the 19th, the battery accompanied the first Brigade on reconnaissance beyond Dranesville. The First Brigade was lying at Difficult Creek when the battle of Dranesville, December 20th, commenced, and was immediately ordered to General Ord's assistance, but did not arrive until after the enemy had been repulsed.

    On the 25th of December, General M'Cellan, in compliance with the request of General Banks for a "good battery," directed General M'Call to send Battery B. This was protested against by Generals s M'Call and Reynolds and caused much dissatisfaction throughout the division. The battery was on duty at Seneca Falls and Edwards' Ferry until January 9th, 1862, when, at General M'Call's request, it was ordered to return to the division. After the return of the army to Alexandria, it was placed in the First Army Corps, General M'Dowell commanding. When the First Brigade crossed the Rappahannock, at Fredericksburg, May 26th, Battery B accompanied it. After its return, twenty men were detached from the infantry of the Reserves to fill the company to the number required for a six-gun battery.

    At the battle of Gettysburg, Battery B was in position, on the first of July, near the Seminary, but was driven back through the town. On the 2d a shot from a rebel twenty-pounder gun, immediately in front, exploded under one of the guns, killing privates Peter G.Hoagland and James H.M'Clleary and wounding Corporal Joseph Reed, and privates Jesse Temple and Daniel W. Taylor. On the 3d, it took the place of one of the Reserve Artillery Batteries, where it did good service. The next day it was ordered to Emmittsburg, where it was in position twenty-four hours. It then accompanied the army to the Rappahannock, where it remained on picket until the 10th of September. On the 11th and 12th of October, it covered the re-crossing of the army at Kelly's Ford, and then marched to Centreville, and from thence, by way of Haymarket, Thoroughfare Gap and Kelly's Ford, back to Brandy Station. On the 27th of November, it crossed the Rapidan at Culpepper Mine Ford, and the next morning was in position on the left of the pike, in full view of the enemy's entrenched line beyond Mine Bun, and compelled a rebel battery in advance of his works to withdraw, At eight' clock on the morning of the 30th, all the batteries along the line opened to attract the attention of the enemy from General Warren, who was to attack his right-wing.

    On the 15th of March, eighteen men, the number in excess of the maximum allowed a six-gun battery, were transferred to Battery I, a new battery then forming at Washington. When the enemy captured Forts Stedman and Haskell, the left section kept up a sharp fire on the forts in front. On the 28th,the caisson camp was moved up near the front line. About midnight of the1st of April, all the batteries received orders to open fire. After daylight the next morning, the firing was renewed, the gunners doing good execution. At the request of General Tidball, Captain M'Clelland, with Lieutenant Rice, took two detachments and worked the guns in one of the enemy's batteries which had been captured. About six hundred rounds, left by the rebels, were fired, besides a large number brought from the other line by the infantry. During the afternoon, the rebels made an attempt to re-capture the forts they had lost. The infantry disappeared, leaving Lieutenant Rice and his handful of men; but nothing daunted, they worked their guns with telling effect. Many of the men had never been under fire before, yet they all behaved well. Lieutenant Gardner, a very brave officer, was in command of the battery during the absence of Captain M'Clellan. Sergeant Isaac J. Grubb and Corporal Andrew J. Gilkey were killed in the rebel fort, and subsequently, when one of the sections in Fort Davis was ordered forward to Fort Wright, Corporal John W. Summers was mortally wounded. The next day the battery was ordered to City Point. On the 3d of May, it left for Washington, passing through Richmond. On the 3d of June, in obedience to orders, Captain M'Clelland turned the battery in at Washington and proceeded to Harrisburg, where it was mustered out on the 9th.

    Three hundred and thirty-four men were connected with the battery. The number of rounds of ammunition, of all kinds, expended during its four years of service, was over eleven thousand two hundred, (11,200.)





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    Communications
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    Maj. Ben Tindall - HQ
    Capt. Alexander Kwatcher - Co. E
    2Lt. William Ranch - Co. F
    2Lt. Roy Stone - Bat. B
    42nd Discord.

    If you would like to organise an event or talk to one of its members or officers then add the Steam link above. Also if you are a member of the Battalion you are expected to have Maj. Tindall on Steam. Alternatively please feel free to join our discord.
    Do not be afraid to add one of the officers in the contact section if you have any curiosities. We will be more then happy to answer any questions you have about us as a unit and even just who we are.

    If you'd like to try and keep up to date with the developments of the 42nd Pennsylvania then feel free to read our monthly newsletter at https://thebucktail.wordpress.com/. A big thank you to Corporal Marshall (Jamez) for setting up the format for us to use, Corporal Wallace (Audiate) for the roster format and thread adjustments, and Private Decker (Thire) for the roster headers.




    Schedule








    Company E & 2 Section:


    Days

    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
    Sunday
    Type

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    Drill & Skirmish Battle
    Skirmish Battle
    Time

    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
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    18:30 EDT & 20:00 EDT
    20:00 EDT


    Company F & 1 Section:


    Days

    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
    Sunday
    Type

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    Backers Skirmish Battle
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    20:00 GMT
    19:00 & 20:30 GMT








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    Battalion Commissioned Officers

    Major Ben Tindall
    __________________________

    Non-Commissioned Officers

    -
    __________________________

    Battalion Depot Volunteers





    __________________________
    EU Depot

    Volunteer Niels Mortier
    Volunteer Johnathan Guy
    Volunteer David Farragut
    Volunteer Hoobert Heever
    Volunteer Jameson McGraw
    Volunteer Christopher Wallace
    Volunteer Mio Lloyd
    Volunteer Tadeusz Komarowski
    Volunteer Henry Cooper
    Volunteer Miller Joseph
    Volunteer Jonny Willy
    Volunteer Raymond Ball
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
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    __________________________
    NA Depot

    Volunteer Oren Halvorsen
    Volunteer Sean O'Neill
    Volunteer David Daniels
    Volunteer Jeremiah DeLuca
    Volunteer Joseph Shriver
    Volunteer Jacob Schultz
    Volunteer Bird Cook
    Volunteer Charles Pauly
    Volunteer Matthias Scott
    Volunteer Ario Pardee Jr.
    Volunteer Ron Johnson
    Volunteer James William Gardner
    Volunteer Friedrich Dressel
    Volunteer Joseph Nolte
    Volunteer David Geisler
    Volunteer Samuel May
    Volunteer Andrew Murphy
    Volunteer Maxwell Fox

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    Battery Depot

    Volunteer Nathan Walker
    Volunteer Dennis de Vries
    Volunteer John Martin
    Volunteer Martinez Raoul
    Volunteer Brandon Blade
    Volunteer George Maynard
    Volunteer Phillip Jones
    Volunteer Andrew Roberts
    Volunteer Wes Craven
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    NA Depot

    Reservist Kay Lee
    Reservist Charles Gangover
    Reservist Robert Marshall
    Reservist Tobias Bj÷rnsson
    Reservist James Holliday
    Reservist Robert Hott
    Reservist Randy Durman
    Reservist George Turner
    Reservist Vince Tomcato
    Reservist Thomas O'Bryant
    Reservist Robert Bagford
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    - Officers - 1
    - NCOs - 0
    - Enlisted men - 51




    __________________________
    Commissioned Officers
    Captain Alexander Kwatcher
    First Lieutenant Tyrick Hood
    -
    __________________________
    Non-Commissioned Officers
    Sergeant Daniel Corbin
    Sergeant John Buford
    Corporal Stuart Inchon
    Corporal Walter Hudson
    -
    -
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    __________________________
    Enlisted men
    Private Andrew DeLong
    Private Charles Zeus
    Private Christian Hathaway
    Private David Geisler
    Private Devan Gladden
    Private Edward Teach
    Private Francis Rouleau
    Private George Picketts
    Private J. L. Hubert
    Private James Cowan
    Private James Kelly
    Private John Pardington
    Private Jon Holder
    Private Kenneth Gaughan
    Private Robert Stull


    _________________________

    Private Sam Jacobson
    Private Stephen Washington
    Private Stuart Inchon
    Private Westy Finkleman
    Private William Eaken
    Private William Sadowski
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    __________________________

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    Company strength: 26
    - Officers - 2
    - NCOs - 4
    - Enlisted men - 20




    __________________________
    Commissioned Officers
    Second Lieutenant William Ranch
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    -
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    Non-Commissioned Officers
    Sergeant Bobby Taylor
    Corporal Daniel Blett
    Corporal Nathaniel Jackson
    Corporal Viljam Sandmark
    -
    -
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    __________________________
    Enlisted men
    Private Aidan Wright
    Private Alec Roach
    Private ┴lvaro Durruti
    Private Bob Nasimovich
    Private Carlos George
    Private Chris Allen
    Private Christian Jensen
    Private James Lyles
    Private Joe Jenkins
    Private Joe Nep
    Private John Stuart
    Private Jose Sanchez
    Private Lindford Hawk
    Private Peter Magnus
    Private Ronnie Thieblemont


    __________________________

    Private Simon Larsen
    Private Silas Leth
    Private William Rehr
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    __________________________

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    Company strength: 23
    - Officers - 1
    - NCOs - 4
    - Enlisted men - 18






    __________________________
    Commissioned Officers
    Second Lieutenant Roy Stone
    -
    -
    __________________________
    Non-Commissioned Officers
    Corporal James Lyles
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -





    __________________________
    Enlisted men
    - Private Bob Mortimer
    - Private Edward Young
    - Private Johnathan Guy
    - Private Stephan Washington
    -
    -
    -
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    __________________________

    -
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    Battery strength: 1
    - Officers - 1
    - NCOs - 0
    - Enlisted men - 0



    Battalion strength: 102
    - Officers - 5
    - NCOs - 7
    - Enlisted men - 90
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    Sorry hard kid, didn't know you lived in South London.
    I appear to have been taken at a minor disadavantage! You see I went to Oxford University and graduated with the highest score in may class! I got 300 confirmed PHDs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravescot View Post
    I appear to have been taken at a minor disadavantage! You see I went to Oxford University and graduated with the highest score in may class! I got 300 confirmed PHDs!
    Well actually, I'll have you know that my nan was a fucking top memer and was gr8.

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