Originally Posted by jda3rd
The problem is that in many cases NCWAA is the only game in town. I would have to agree with Mr. Cohen that the drill itself is not unsafe, it may very well be the people deviating from it. My problem with NCWAA is how it differs from the publshed manuals of the period.
Sadly, many organizations have to use NCWAA because their insurers or state regulatory agencies require cannoneers to be "certified" and have approved the course for that reason.
Oh, one day to see an entire gun line using HB&F!!!!!
Hey, I can dream, can't I?
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