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Union / The Fighting Men of the 20th Maine
« on: September 21, 2018, 02:04:51 am »

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History: Prior to their notable actions at Gettysburg in July 1863, the regiment was held in reserve at Antietam in September 1862, was among those forced to remain overnight within sight of the Confederate lines at Fredericksburg in December 1862, forcing the regiment's Lt. Col. Joshua Chamberlain to shield himself with a dead man. The unit was unable to participate in the Battle of Chancellorsville in April-May 1863, due to a quarantine prompted by a tainted smallpox vaccine that had been issued to the unit's soldiers. On May 20, 1863, Colonel Ames was promoted and was succeeded as colonel and commander of the regiment by Lt. Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain, who had been offered and declined leadership of the unit at the time it was formed.

Gettysburg and Little Round Top

The 20th Maine's left flank marker on the Gettysburg battlefield.

Regimental monument at the center of their lines on Little Round Top hill.
The most notable battle was the regiment's decisive role on July 2, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where it was stationed on Little Round Top hill at the extreme left of the Union line. When the regiment came under heavy attack from the Confederate 15th and 47th Alabama regiments (part of the division led by Maj. Gen. John Bell Hood), the 20th Maine ran low on ammunition after one and a half hours of continuous fighting; it responded to the sight of rebel infantry forming again for yet another push up the slope at them by instead suddenly charging downhill with fixed bayonets, surprising and scattering the Confederates, thus ending the attack on the hill and the attempt to flank the hill position and move around the south end of the Federal "fishhook". The 20th Maine and the adjacent 83rd Pennsylvania together captured many men from both Alabama regiments (including Lt. Col. Michael Bulger, commander of the 47th), as well as several other men of the 4th Alabama and 4th and 5th Texas regiments of the same division. Had the 20th Maine retreated from the hill, the entire Union line would have been flanked, endangering and hurting other Union regiments in the vicinity.

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Antietam (1862)
Fredericksburg (1862)
Gettysburg (1863)
Spotsylvania Court House (1864)
Petersburg (1864-1865)
Five Forks (1865)
Appomattox (1865)


Colonel - Colquitt
Major - Onii-Chan


Sergeant Major - Dredd


Private - Ted Ryan
Private - Hero
Private - Austin
Recruit - M2t6 Waffles


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The Fighting Men of the 20th Maine

Off Topic / [1861] USA
« on: September 15, 2018, 06:42:07 am »
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Line Infantry
Can Crouch Behind Man Made Cover
No Firing on Charge
No Firing out of line
Permitted 1 Man spacing instead of 1/2 Man spacing
No Ramboing
No Reloading out of line
Minimum is 3 People Per line if not join a Friendly Line

Skirmishers and Light Infantry
Max Skirm count is 15
Minimum Skirm Count is 7
No Reloading while charging
No Reloading out of Line
No Firing on Charge
Can Crouch against any cover


Max of 15 Arty Men is allowed
3 Cannons are Allowed
Sappers are allowed But only in Defense
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Regiments / ROLI "Regiments Of Line Infantry" | USMC | INTERNATIONAL
« on: September 07, 2018, 06:35:11 pm »

ATTENTION! the ROLI Calling 100 Volunteers to the Front line! Napoleon Bonaparte is Attacking at Cornwall!

We are from NAS And Are Moving to NW, we will hold Elections for NCO ,Enlisted Promotions and Funding will be held by a certain "Party" are in game unit will be 78th REG.
HISTORY of the 78th: The regiment was raised by Francis Humberstone MacKenzie, Chief of the Clan Mackenzie, as the 78th (Highlanders) Regiment of Foot (or The Ross-shire Buffs) on 8 March 1793. First assembled at Fort George in July 1793, the regiment embarked for Holland in September 1794 for service in the French Revolutionary Wars. The regiment saw action at the defence of Nijmegen in November 1794. In a bayonet attack there the regiment lost one officer and seven men; a further four officers and 60 men were wounded. The regiment returned to England in April 1795 and then took part in the Battle of Quiberon Bay in June 1795 and the landing at Île d'Yeu in September 1795.

The regiment also took part in the successful attack by a British fleet under Sir George Elphinstone on the Dutch Cape Colony, then held by the forces of the Batavian Republic: the attack led to the capitulation by the Dutch Navy at Saldanha Bay and the capture of the colony by British forces in summer 1796. After returning home, the regiment embarked for India in February 1797 and saw action at the Battle of Assaye in September 1803 during the Second Anglo-Maratha War. During the battle the regiment were tasked with retaking the Maratha gun line.

A second battalion was raised in May 1804. The 1st battalion remained in India and, from there, took part in the Invasion of Java and the capture of Fort Cornelis in August 1811.

When the battalion was withdrawn from Java in September 1816 the vessel it was travelling on, Frances Charlotte, wrecked off Preparis on 5 November on the way to Bengal. There were relatively few deaths and Prince Blucher rescued most of the survivors, who it carried to Calcutta; cruisers from the British East India Company rescued the remainder. Prince Blucher carried a part of the battalion on to England.

Napoleonic Wars
The 2nd battalion embarked for the Italy and took part in the Battle of Maida in July 1806 It also took part in the Alexandia Expedition in spring 1807. Three companies of the regiment were captured at Al Hamed near Rosetta: among the prisoners was Thomas Keith who converted to Islam and entered Ottoman service. The battalion then took part in the disastrous Walcheren Campaign in autumn 1809. The battalion embarked for Holland in 1813 and took part in a skirmish at Merksem in January 1814. The battalion returned home in 1815 and the two battalions amalgamated again in 1816.

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Colonel Sully [Active]

Sergeant Snowball [Active]

Private Ted Ryan [Semi-Active]
Private Gecko[Semi-Active]
Private Hero [Semi-Active]
Private Cullen [Inactive]
Private Riccflash [Semi-active]
Private Dredd [Semi-Active]
Private BoBo [Semi-Active]
Private TexAce [Active]
Private Chrome [Semi-active]
Private MichaelSmithern [Active]
Private Bloodless [Semi-Active]
Private Maverick Topgun [Semi-Active]
Private G_mill [Semi-Active]
Private MikeHunt [Inactive]

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Recruit Charlemagne [Semi-Active]
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Clans / 4th New Jersey Company B "The Fighting 4th"
« on: August 25, 2018, 08:10:01 am »

History:The 4th New Jersey Infantry was reorganized at Camp Olden in Trenton for three years service on August 19, 1861 under the command of Colonel James H. Simpson.

The regiment was attached to Kearney's Brigade, Division of the Potomac, to October 1861. Kearney's Brigade, Franklin's Division, Army of the Potomac, to March 1862. 1st Brigade, 1st Division, I Corps, Army of the Potomac, to April 1862. 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Department of the Rappahannock, to May 1862. 1st Brigade, 1st Division, VI Corps, Army of the Potomac and Army of the Shenandoah, to July 1865.

The regiment was surrounded at Gaines Mill and most of its men taken prisoner. After the Seven Days Battles, they were freed by the Confederate authorities in a prisoner exchange. The 4th New Jersey had been armed with M1861 Springfield rifles, however upon returning from captivity, the authorities in Washington had no rifled muskets to rearm the regiment with, thus they were given outdated .69 smoothbore muskets. The regiment was forced to use them until the Battle of South Mountain in September, when they rearmed themselves with Enfield rifles dropped by retreating Confederates.


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Hello Soldiers and Men of the United States of America or USA.... My company the 4th New Jersey Company B is in dire need of troops. We have just been informed that Gen. Robert E Lee is sending 40,000 Confederate troops toward Antietam and Harpers Ferry, the places in which we are stationed. our goal is to stop this endeavor, in a whole we have sent telegrams to Washington and New Jersey for reinforcements but they will not get here in time...either you the soldier reading this in general ...The USA needs you at more of a time then ever. Please fight beside your brothers in arms not only for Freedom, and The Union, but for your families back home.

If you are interested in joining the ranks of the few please have your recruiter or you send a telegram back to us and we will get here immediately to Sharpsburg. Gods speed soldier for we will need it.

This Company is for War Of Rights!

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Union / USMC and 1stROLI [NAS/HF/NW]
« on: August 19, 2018, 11:54:54 pm »

The USMC is a all round regimen, with the goals of perfection and stability in the time and era, of the civil war.
This player-base will be built on Honesty,Friendship and Loyalty to all who join the group. Our main goal is to Exterminate Troll's in this community and to have fun playing this wonderful game. Kudos to the Dev's and the Mod's for making this game "ALIVE"

The history of the United States Marine Corps (USMC) begins with the founding of the Continental Marines on 10 November 1775 to conduct ship-to-ship fighting, provide shipboard security and discipline enforcement, and assist in landing forces. Its mission evolved with changing military doctrine and foreign policy of the United States. Owing to the availability of Marine forces at sea, the United States Marine Corps has served in nearly every conflict in United States history. It attained prominence when its theories and practice of amphibious warfare proved prescient, and ultimately formed a cornerstone of the Pacific Theater of World War II. By the early 20th century, the Marine Corps would become one of the dominant theorists and practitioners of amphibious warfare. Its ability to rapidly respond on short notice to expeditionary crises has made and continues to make it an important tool for U.S. foreign policy.

In February 1776, the Continental Marines embarked on their maiden expedition. The Continental Marines were disbanded at the end of the war, along with the Continental Navy. In preparation for the Quasi-War with France, Congress created the United States Navy and the Marine Corps. The Marines' most famous action of this period occurred in the First Barbary War (1801–1805) against the Barbary pirates. In the Mexican–American War (1846–1848), the Marines made their famed assault on Chapultepec Palace, which overlooked Mexico City, their first major expeditionary venture. In the 1850s, the Marines would see service in Panama, and in Asia. The Marine Corps played only a minor role after their breaking ranks and causing the collapse of the Union Line at the first battle of Manassas. During the U.S. Civil War (1861–1865); their most important task was blockade duty and other ship-board battles, but were mobilized for a handful of operations as the war progressed. The remainder of the 19th century would be a period of declining strength and introspection about the mission of the Marine Corps. Under Commandant Jacob Zeilin's term (1864–1876), many Marine customs and traditions took shape. During the Spanish–American War (1898), Marines would lead U.S. forces ashore in the Philippines, Cuba, and Puerto Rico, demonstrating their readiness for deployment. Between 1900 and 1916, the Marine Corps continued its record of participation in foreign expeditions, especially in the Caribbean and Central and South America, which included Panama, Cuba, Veracruz, Haiti, Santo Domingo, and Nicaragua.

In World War I, battle-tested, veteran Marines served a central role in the United States' entry into the conflict. Between the world wars, the Marine Corps was headed by Major General John A. Lejeune, another popular commandant. In World War II, the Marines played a central role, under Admiral Nimitz, in the Pacific War, participating in nearly every significant battle. The Corps also saw its peak growth as it expanded from two brigades to two corps with six divisions, and five air wings with 132 squadrons. During the battle for Iwo Jima, photographer Joe Rosenthal took the famous photo Raising of the Flag on Iwo Jima of five Marines and one naval corpsman raising a U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi. The Korean War (1950–1953) saw the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade holding the line at the Battle of Pusan Perimeter, where Marine helicopters (VMO-6 flying the HO3S1 helicopter) made their combat debut. The Marines also played an important role in the Vietnam War at battles such as Da Nang, Huế, and Khe Sanh. The Marines operated in the northern I Corps regions of South Vietnam and fought both a constant guerilla war against the Viet Cong and an off and on conventional war against North Vietnamese Army regulars. Marines went to Beirut during the 1982 Lebanon War on 24 August. On 23 October 1983, the Marine barracks in Beirut was bombed, causing the highest peacetime losses to the Corps in its history. Marines were also responsible for liberating Kuwait during the Gulf War (1990–1991), as the Army made an attack to the west directly into Iraq. The I Marine Expeditionary Force had a strength of 92,990 making Operation Desert Storm the largest Marine Corps operation in history.
.We in the 1st Minnesota Welcome all Minnesotan's and brothers in arms to our friendly hospitality,loyalty and respect of those who will fight alongside me!  We Like to play a variety of games, like :

SCP Secret Labratory (Unit Name Is "SCP Sector 14")

Mount And Blade Napoleonic Wars (Unit Name is 34th RoF)
-North And South Module (1st Minnesota Vol Inf.)

Fishing Planet

Fortnite (Maybe)

And Definitely PUBG!  [/FONT][/B]

1st US Roster (19 Members)
Colonel - Sully

Sergeant - BoBo

VPvt - Snowball
Pvt - Hero
Cdt - Ted Ryan
Cdt - Kaiser
Vol - dcardie
Vol - Charlemagne
Vol - Leppy
Vol - Michaelsmithern
Vol - MouZe
Vol - Sir_Arathor
Vol - Backstabbing Changeling
Vol - Birf
Vol - Blade
Vol - Commandert5
Vol - Bryson
Vol - Talkert
Vol - Maverick_Topgun

Quick Ways to Get a promotion
Recruit 3 Guys
Go To Events/Trainings 3 Times

Marching Fife and Drum USMC :
Tuesday N&S Linebattle 8pmEST
Wednesday N&S Drill 8pm EST
Thursday NW Linebattle 8pm EST
Friday N&S Drill 8pm EST
Saturday N&S Linebattle 8pm EST

Other Games / The Revolutionary War: 1775
« on: August 07, 2018, 01:41:37 am »
This Game is Based on the Historical Wars and Relations between The British and The Continentals.

About the Game:The Revolutionary War: 1775  is a multiplayer game set during the Dicey days of the The American Revolutionary War, in the The Battles Of Lexington and Concord, Fort Ticonderoga and Bunker Hill all in 1775. We are devoted to presenting the Apppalling and Remarkable elements of the period, while maintaining the realism as is possible with the wonders of CRYENGINE or Unreal Engine 4




Engines that might be used to create this: CRYENGINE, Unreal Engine 4

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