To lead by example and share through interaction, the highest regard for the strength and honor of those brave United States Infantry soldiers who participated in the American Civil War.
To assume the role of leadership in the teaching of accurate United States Infantry history to people of all ages and walks of life through the use of authentic materials, practices, and a re-created 19th century life style.
To maintain the spiritual and physical properties unique to the American Civil War, so that its memory will not only live in the present but continue to enrich the future.
January 14, 2013
-The eagle atop the Regular Brigade Monument at the National Cemetery at Stones River National Battlefield in Tennessee.
-Benjamin Harrison Memorial in Indianapolis, 2012.
-The Regulars skirmish towards the Cedars at the 150th Stones River in December, 2012
-The 19th U.S. Infantry at the Regular Brigade Monument during the 150th Stones River in December, 2012