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  • Gord Deans
    John, See Drill manual, Rules and Regulations at http://www.royal-scots.com/research.html to answer your questions. Gord Deans ... From: Gord Deans
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      John,

      See Drill manual, Rules and Regulations at
      http://www.royal-scots.com/research.html
      to answer your questions.

      Gord Deans

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Gord Deans [mailto:gord.deans@...]
      Sent: September 2, 2008 10:50 PM
      To: 'WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com'
      Subject: RE: 1812 Officer / NCO school..?

      John,

      This school is held in April of each year at Fort York, Toronto,
      Ontario for the NCOs and officers of 1812 British Crown Forces units.
      These unit leaders get refreshment training and drill in the manual of
      arms and parade as practiced by 1812 units in order that they can in
      turn train their units before the reenactment season begins in May at
      Longwoods, near London, Ontario.

      Versions of the manual of arms can be found at the web sites of some
      infantry units such as the 1st Royal Scots.

      This is separate from any Napoleonic associations.

      Gord Deans,
      HMS Charwell Landing Party.
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