The event is sponsored by Loomis' Battery of Michigan Light Artillery
, which was founded in 1960 to study and interpret the light artillery
of the Civil War.
It is thought to have 12,000 to 15,000 armed soldiers, 60 to 70 tanks and armoured vehicles, some light artillery
and about 30 fighter aircraft.
His attachment for the light artillery
service began early in his West Point days, when he experienced the excitement of a cannonier at artillery drills, and grew as he became more experienced as an officer.
Light mortars - light artillery
pieces used to loft a shell in a high trajectory at opposing forces.
Born at Dayton, Ohio (October 6, 1857), graduated from West Point, and commissioned in the 3d Cavalry (1881); serving in the west, he saw action in the campaign against Geronimo (May 1885-October 1886) and in patrols along the Mexican border; graduated from the Cavalry School (1883); instructor at the Cavalry and Light Artillery
School, Fort Riley (1893-1894) and at Fort Leavenworth (1895-1898); as captain (May 1898) he was assigned to Gen.
Passionate about the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln, he enjoyed being an active participant in Civil War reenactments joining the 9th Battery, Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery
The seasoned, blingedup thesp and presenter has been with us for so long it's hard to imagine a time when he wasn't giving Rocky Balboa a good thrashing in the ring, or making light artillery
from old coffee tins and bits of string on The ATeam.
Government-supported militias were re-organizing, hiding light artillery
in the forests.
Chase First Massachusetts Light Artillery
compiles the correspondence of Civil War soldier John Chase's testimony of his duty to the Army of the Potomac.
Beginning in 1891, some signal instruction also took place at the Cavalry and Light Artillery
School at Fort Riley, Kansas.
The Sumter flying artillery; a Civil War history of the Eleventh Battalion Georgia Light Artillery