Remembrance Day
Gettysburg, PA
November 18 - 20, 2010

We had near perfect weather this weekend and fielded twelve men for this trip to Gettysburg. This Remembrance Day marked the debut of the new Regimental that we had worked so hard for the previous two years. Creator Steven Hill dropped the flag off the night before our ceremony on Culp's Hill where at our annual ritual it was unfurled at the 67th NY's monument. This year we also paid our respects to the 65th NY whose unadorned monument stands nearby. When the 67th NY's three year term was over, many of its veterans reenlisted with the 65th NY and served out the end of War. Our Captain was chosen to lead the Color Company along with our First Sergeant with both our National and Regimental flown by Privates Jamieson and Purcell respectively. And for the evening, we had a fine dinner at a 'new' venue, the Cashtown Inn.
'Unknown' grave 940 Chess Pieces Cemetery Ridge AT LAST!
Their First Time Sergeant Marshall Corporal Kent The New Guys
Saturday in the Cemetery Securing the Regimental Culp's Hill Mr. Phelps and the Regimental
The U.S. Sharpshooters MUSTER ROLL The Captains Our Color Bearers
A Marching Column Colonel Scott Washburn Roles of Honor Leading down Baltimore