You hear a lot about Southern U.S. Army and U.S. Navy officers who resigned their commissions in order to pitch in with the Confederacy, but what about the regular Army & Navy southern enlisted men? If you were enlisted in U.S. forces, but felt sympathy for the South, you couldn't just resign like the officers and walk off the job. What, if anything could they do to end they obligation to the U.S. Army/Navy? Outright desertion is the only thing I can think off. Anyone know of any specific examples?