(By the way, now none of you who went can say you didn't make it on the post. I always knew there was a good reason for group shots.)
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IV. The Chief Engineer, with the rest of the army, will that evening proceed thence toward York, obtaining provisions for the evening rations from the Quartermaster at a post according to his designation.
And after that?
VII. The army will withdraw from York to proceed further to the IFRC headquarters and dismount at 9:00 p.m.
And thus the soldiers who were "exhorted to exert the utmost vigilance, steadiness, and integrity during the whole march," ended their journey, weary, footsore, but very much more informed. You see, it was not an expedition for guns or food or even shoes; it was a quest for knowledge. A large part of learning from the past is learning from the mistakes of the past. Even if you fail to remember what general led such and such a regiment at such and such a place at such and such a time, remember this: you must "never forget what they did here."
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In the Lord's Army,