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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 9:20 am 
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Congratulations to Commander in Chief Marechal Bardon!

Marechal Bardon has been officially approved by unanimous vote of the cabinet as Commander in Chief of L’Grande Armee.

Other changes made include the addition of Chief of Staff to maintain the French Officers list. Congratulations to Gen. John Corbin who has been named to that post!

Congratulations to Gen. Stuart Wilson who has been given the title of Aide de Camp to the CiC to maintain the L’Grande Armee web page.

Congratulations to Marechal Drew Stone who has been named as commanding officer of the Imperial Guard.

General de Division Mike Cox remains as commanding officer of Armee du Rhine.

Congratulations to Gen. Bruce Hall who has been named as Chief of Staff of Armee du Rhine.

Changes in Armee du Nord from January for your information:

General Chuck Jensen, commanding

I Corps Marechal Palomo

II Corps Gen. Chavis

Marechal Malone remains commanding III Corps as Gen. Peterson does I Res. Cav.

Gen. C. Jensen
Comte de Suchet
Armee du Nord

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 1:25 pm 

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Congrats to all.


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<font color="red">BEECHAM</font id="red"> Commandant
1ème Division de Cuirassiers,
1 Corps Res Cav,ADN.

"Toujours féroce,jamais étourdi"

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 2:06 pm 

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Well congrats to all but I want to put in a good word for Steve Peluso since he wasnt mentioned.

I highly respected his leadership of the French army and want to publically thank him for doing a fine job with the army.

Steve was not a vocal guy but more than made up for it by testimony of the officers I know under his command like Paco and others who said to me that he was a great guy to work with.

Thanks Steve for helping make the French army a truly Grand Army!

And of course to all of those that supported you for all of those years.

If I am not mistaken that means that Steve is the last of the founders to step out of a leading role in the club. Truly a new page in the history of the club has begun.

Oberst Wilhelm Peters
Reserves, Austrian Army

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 9:35 pm 

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Congratulations to all these fine officers of La Grande Armée.
All my congratulations to Steve Peluson for what he did do for our army.


General de Brigade Lamezec
Comte de Metz
... etc

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2005 9:23 am 

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Congratulations, fine gentlemen!

It's a honor to fight with such an enemy as you are[^]

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