Smyth or Duane
- From: "Steve Abolt" <sacbg7@...>
~ the problem still remains at large events as
to which drill to use? When I command it is Smyth's.
Major Abolt et al
This problem was also realised within the Crown Forces Upper Canada.
Peter Twist has forwarded the 1811 version of the drill used by British
and Canadian Regiments in North America to all units and all now seem
to be using it. At events, a Battalion drill is usually held to bring all up
speed on this drill. The standardisation has also upgraded the Crown
Force's safety level.
The Brit/Canuck units also have organised their encampment (castrmentation)
into a correct "streeted" structure for wedge tents and a 'Militia" camp for
the other tent varieties. This worked well at Stoney Creek and Fort George.
gives the spectator a chance to experience the two styles of military
Not an "Umbrella Group", but an agreed standardisation.