WR - War Question 7

Larkin O'Kane [AKA Charlie Cain] larkin at webstar.net
Wed Feb 17 18:46:13 PST 1999

I didn't mean to come across as an old grouch, just as an old military man 
who knows what a "double time march" is.  And it 	ISN'T a fast walk.  I 
would suggest that when the Chivalry gets together to format a set of 
commands that they deviate as little as necessary from standard military 
movement commands; and not contradict or redefine them at all. 

That's just my two cents worth, if it's even worth that much.


On 17 Feb 99, at 15:54, Michael and Tiffany Geisendor wrote:

> > Is the object of this exercise to confuse our own troops or the enemy?
> >
> > Larkin
> > ===
> >
> The object of this lesson was to allow you to know what the commands that
> are to be given you on the battlefield before you actually hear them. It
> is not to confuse you. We (the Chivalry) are going to be getting together
> after this Gulf War and setting down a Kingdom standardized set of combat
> orders. All Brita was doing with this particular question was telling you
> what the King, and Duke Kein had told us this weekend. I'm sorry if you
> are confused, but, just look at the orders and go with them. It's all I
> can do right now either.
> Sir Aaron
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