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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2019 9:21 am 
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Longstreet's Boot

It is 3PM July 2nd, 1863 and General James Longstreet moves the dead cigar to the other side of his mouth and puts the field glasses back to his tired eyes. The die was cast and now all he could do was watch. The heated argument he had with General Hood had escalated to the point that Longstreet asked the angry commander if he preferred that General Evander Law lead the assault while he directed the artillery from the rear. Furious and insulted Hood saluted and then stormed off shouting "I'll take that damned road or die trying!". Longstreet had agreed with Hood that his right flank was in the air, but he pointed out that once Hood had pushed the Yankees back Pickett's tired brigades would move in along side his right and cover his assualt. "Your the best I've got Sam. You've got to push them back. McClaws is ready, but you've got to get them moving." Longstreet firmly stated as he looked Hood right in the eye.

Sickles had upset everything with his unauthorized advance to Emmitsburg Road. However, that did not matter. Longstreet understood Lee's plan. Take Cemetery Ridge and then roll up the line all the way to Gettysburg. No deviating and no flanking maneuvers. Four hours of daylight and straight at them. We've wasted enough time thought Longstreet. He turned his mount and rode back through Kershaw's South Carolinians as Porter Alexander's guns opened up signaling the start of the attack.

Could Longstreet have taken Cemetery Ridge with one more division. Would victory have been achieved if Hood had not deviated to Little Round Top, but stuck to the original plan and attacked straight up Emmitsburg Road. Only one way to find out and its going to be a tough fight till dusk.

And so Round Two begins today. Those commanding the ANV in the first battle will receive turn one by 10PM EST tonight. The initial email will include the scenario file which goes in the your Campaign Gettysburg Scenario folder and the first turn with an encryption code included. Those players commanding the AOP will receive the scenario file only and will receive the first turn from your opponent.

Maj. Gen. LG Mills
Commander II Corps ANV
Confederate States of America

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:38 am 

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Gentlemen, Sirs! <salute.

Second Round Matchups!
Presenting the Championship Round Participant's Ribbon! Image

Championship Round

Match 1: Colonel Thomas Wayne vs Major General Kerry Vannada:
Match 2: General Jim Garner vs Major General Paul Siragusa :

Match 3: General John Dragan vs Major General Andy Taylor:

Match 4: Major General Jaume Campderros had to withdraw because of work requirements, General Siragusa is now paired against General Garner:

Match 5: Lt General Owen Evans vs Colonel Thomas Hibolin:

Match 6: Brigadier General C. Lauret Brannan vs General D.W. Mallory:

Match 7: Major General Tim Isgro vs Major General Jan Welleman:

Match 8: Brigadier General Chris Newcomb vs Brigadier General Andrew Boustouler:
Match 9: Major General Adam Wadding vs Major General Gerald Jensen:
Match 10: Lt General Alphonse DeMere vs Colonel Ed Blackburn:
Match 11: Brigadier General Ian Coyle vs Brigadier General David Miller:
Match 12: Brigadier General Miguel Ruiz vs Major General Neil Thomas:
Match 13: General Paul Smith vs Major General Gary Krenek:

Consolation Round

Match 14: Lt General Emmette Bird vs Brigadier General Greg Davis:
Match 15: Lt General Tom Phillips vs General Tony Malone:
Match 16: General Kennon Whitehead vs General Cameron McOmish:
Match 17: General Robert Busey vs Major General Tom Dehoff:
Match 18: General Gene Nix vs Lt General Bruce Klem:

Respectfully submitted,


Your Obedient Servant,

General Nick Kunz
Commandant, VMI


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 1:03 pm 

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After two tremendous battles I beg to report the following results.
Longstreets Boot
John Dragan (Rebel) vs Andy Taylor(Union) match drawn.
Andy Taylor (Rebel) vs John Dragon (Union) Rebel minor victory.

Major General Andy Taylor
6th Bde
Hardees Corps(1st Corps)
Army of Tennessee

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