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Thomas Fernbacker
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Finished another turn and came up with this.
Wheeler Calvary charges Stanley Calvary Res.
There is no Res bridage commander, How do these units operate?
Okay, they can come out of "March Orders" at the beginning of any turn through their corp commander.
They would get their AM's through Kennett 1/C div.
Now what about "Advance" or "Attack" orders?

I looked through both errata & CSW and found nothing.

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In No Better Place to Die, Cozzens notes that the Reserve Cavalry (15 PA, 2 TN, and 5 TN) were under Stanley's direct command (Footnote 10, p. 227).

In the Battle Book, 4.41 deals with the Union cavalry command. The Reserve Cavalry units (and all cavalry units) are in command for all purposes if command can be traced to either Stanley or Kennett.
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aransas wrote:
In No Better Place to Die, Cozzens notes that the Reserve Cavalry (15 PA, 2 TN, and 5 TN) were under Stanley's direct command (Footnote 10, p. 227).

In the Battle Book, 4.41 deals with the Union cavalry command. The Reserve Cavalry units (and all cavalry units) are in command for all purposes if command can be traced to either Stanley or Kennett.
We did read that and were going to to go with that, I just wanted clarification.
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