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Kirk Douglas plays a regimental commander in the French army in Stanley Kubrick’s 1957 drama. 7 p.m. National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, 14390 Air and Space Museum Pkwy.,
Dunford has a sterling reputation and a proven combat record as a regimental commander during some of the toughest fighting in Iraq, and his apparent resistance to the policy did not go unnoticed by the rank and file.
Germano believed that much of the failure rested with the depot’s regimental commander, Col.
Others point out that the disruption of relieving a regimental commander during a combat operation could well have slowed down the mission.
In June 1861 the La Crosse Light Guard became Co. B, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry and was sent to Camp Randall for training and then Washington, D.C., where the flag was kept along with other regimental baggage during the war.
Here the regimental authorities found out what had happened, but not being able to persuade the young patriots to return home allowed them to march with the regiment.
During a single month of the Wilderness Campaign, the Army lost 30 of its 41 brigade commanders, and, at the regimental level, the carnage was even worse.
The Royal Welsh Regiment is known for its long line of regimental goats, currently Shenkin and Llywelyn.
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