Major-General William T. Sherman  
 
My name is Tony Rosati. I am a member of the Confederation of Union Generals (COUG) portraying Major-General William Tecumseh Sherman. I am looking for people who are interested in portraying members of General Sherman's staff at living history events. I am looking for people who reside either in New Jersey or Pennsylvania although I may consider other areas. I am looking for people who can attend several living history events a year as members of my staff.

Initially I will
NOT submit your name for membership in the Confederation of Union Generals. After you have been a member of my staff for a full campaign (one calendar year) and are performing up to the standards of COUG, I will sponsor you if you desire to become a member. If you are interested in joining my staff please select a persona from the list below and apply.

Thank You.



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Sherman's Staff
   
To Apply to General Sherman's staff click on the "Apply Here" next to your choice
   
Positions Are Listed Below  
   
Inspector General Within the United States Armed Forces, the position of Inspector General is normally part of the personal staff serving a general or flag officer in a command position. Their primary function is to insure the combat readiness of subordinate units in their command. Apply Here
Lt. Col. Charles Ewing      
       
Adjutant General The chief administrative officer of a major military unit, such as a division, corps, or army. This officer is normally subordinated to the unit Chief of Staff. Apply Here
Capt. Lewis M.Drayton      
       
Chief of Engineers Controlles the planning, building, and repairing of all fortifications and other defensive works; also creates maps(topographical engineer). The engineers contributed to planning attacks and defensive maneuvers and were responsible for eliminating obstacles from the paths of their own armies and creating obstacles to deter opposing armies. Apply Here
Capt. Orlando M. Poe      
       
Chief Ordnance Officer Responsible for providing armies with the necessary weapons, the means of transporting them, and the materials to build and repair them.   Apply Here
Capt. Thomas G. Baylor      
       
Chief Quartermaster Responsible for furnishing the armies with all their supplies--excluding those provided by the ordnance and subsistence departments. Transport, housing, clothing, horses, fuel, and stationery were among the matriels supplied.   Apply Here
Brevet Brig. Gen. Langdon C. Easton      
       
Chief Commissary Responsible for supplying the armed forces with food. Apply Here
Col. Amos Beckwith      
       
Chief Medical Director   Apply Here
Dr. John Moore      
       
Aide-de-camp A Confidential ex officio officer appointed by general officers to their staffs, an aide-de-camp reported directly to his commander and took orders only from him. In a position of great responsibility, an aide was required to write orders deliver them personally if necessary, and be thoroughly knowledgeable about troop positions, maneuvers, columns, orders of corps, routes, and the locations of officers' quarters. Apply Here
Maj. J. C. McCoy      
       
Aide-de-camp A Confidential ex officio officer appointed by general officers to their staffs, an aide-de-camp reported directly to his commander and took orders only from him. In a position of great responsibility, an aide was required to write orders deliver them personally if necessary, and be thoroughly knowledgeable about troop positions, maneuvers, columns, orders of corps, routes, and the locations of officers' quarters. Apply Here
Maj. Henry Hitchcock      
       
Aide-de-camp A Confidential ex officio officer appointed by general officers to their staffs, an aide-de-camp reported directly to his commander and took orders only from him. In a position of great responsibility, an aide was required to write orders deliver them personally if necessary, and be thoroughly knowledgeable about troop positions, maneuvers, columns, orders of corps, routes, and the locations of officers' quarters. Apply Here
Capt. Joseph C. Audenried      
       
Aide-de-Camp A Confidential ex officio officer appointed by general officers to their staffs, an aide-de-camp reported directly to his commander and took orders only from him. In a position of great responsibility, an aide was required to write orders deliver them personally if necessary, and be thoroughly knowledgeable about troop positions, maneuvers, columns, orders of corps, routes, and the locations of officers' quarters. Filled
Capt. George W. Nichols