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Servers / 63rdVA_Commander - NA
« on: September 20, 2015, 03:52:56 am »
Post will be bare bones for a bit.

63rdVA_Commander is a 20 person slot server run by my regiment. Most of time it will be running Commander Battle with random maps. If you would like to contact me my steam name is potato_main.

No spacing unless you have a row of at least 3, no rambo, and no tk on purpose.
Recruiting is allowed.

Servers / Delete Please
« on: September 13, 2015, 08:28:31 am »
Server moved to North and South.

Confederates / [NA] 63rd VA (recruiting)
« on: February 04, 2015, 04:21:07 am »

The 63rd VA is recruiting.
We will mainly focus on line infantry and skirmishers but will expand to other roles later.

Must have Teamspeak (mic not required) and Must be mature.

When requesting to join you will have a short interview in teamspeak then be placed in the regiment. If you want to join or have any questions add [63rd]Mason on steam and send a message. If I am not online add WellExpert.

Col. Mason
2ndLt. Henronicus
2ndLt. Tempest


LCpl. Deadpal
Pvt. Littleferrhis


It was organized May 24, 1862, with 10 companies, A to K, all enlisted for 3 years or the duration of the war. These companies were raised under an order from the Secretary of War, April 9, 1862 to Major John J. McMahon. McMahon was rewarded by being made Colonel of the 63rd in May, when the regiment was formally organized at Abingdon in Washington County, Virginia. The 63rd saw action in ten states, and by the time of its surrender on April 26, 1865, at Durham Station, North Carolina, it had fought in over 70 engagements, including the Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Ringold Gap, Resaca, Peachtree Creek, New Hope Church, Kennesaw Mountain, Franklin, and Stones River, among others.

After it became a part of the Army of Tennessee, the 63rd served under, at different times, James Longstreet, Patrick Cleburne, Nathan Bedford Forrest, William J. Hardee, Stephen D. Lee, and Daniel Harvey Hill.



Colonel- Col
Lieutenant Colonel- LtCol
Major- Maj
Captain- Cpt
First Lieutenant- 1stLt
Second Lieutenant- 2ndLt


Sergeant Major- SgtM
Quartermaster Sergeant- QSgt
First Sergeant- 1stSgt
Staff Sergeant- SSgt
Sergeant- Sgt
Corporal- Cpl


Lance Corporal- LCpl
Private First Class- Pfc
Veteran Private- VPvt
Private- Pvt

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