J. David Petruzzi

J. David Petruzzi is a noted American Civil War cavalry historian and author. Petruzzi wrote the historical text for one of the U.S. Army's recruiting pieces for modern armor and air cavalry... Read More...

 

Sheridan R. Barringer

Sheridan R. "Butch" Barringer lives with his wife, Pam, in Newport News, Virginia. He graduated from Virginia Tech and worked as a mechanical engineer and project manager for nearly four decades with NASA. Read More...

 

Thomas Heard Robertson, Jr.

Tom Robertson is a direct descendant of Surgeon Francis M. Robertson. He is president of Cranston Engineering Group, P.C. of Augusta, Georgia, where he practices civil engineering, city planning, and land surveying, and is an active historic preservationist, having restored four landmark buildings i Read More...

 

Richard J. Sommers

Dr. Richard J. Sommers has contributed extensively to Civil War and military history. He retired recently as the Senior Historian of the Army Heritage and Education Center, where he served for more than four decades. Read More...

 

Eric J. Wittenberg

Eric J. Wittenberg is an accomplished American Civil War cavalry historian and author. An attorney in Ohio, Wittenberg has authored over a dozen books on Civil War cavalry subjects, as well as... Read More...

 

Shannon Pritchard

Shannon Pritchard has been collecting Civil War memorabilia for nearly 20 years. He is widely recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on Confederate artifacts and antiques. Shannon lives outside Richmond, Virginia. Read More...

 

Marc CB Maxwell

Marc CB Maxwell, originally from Corpus Christi, Texas currently resides in Wiesbaden, Germany. He is a Department of Defense Guidance Counselor who works with deployed personnel and their families on a daily basis. Read More...

 

Mark Wilensky

Mr. Wilensky is a fifth-grade teacher in Jefferson County, Colorado, where he has been accused of teaching his Colonial America and Revolutionary War classes with enthusiastic zeal. Read More...

 

Nick Popaditch

From East Chicago, Indiana, Nick Popaditch enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1986. While commanding a tank, he was wounded in Fallujah, Iraq in 2004. Read More...

 

Lance J. Herdegen

Award-winning journalist Lance J. Herdegen is the former director of the Institute of Civil War Studies at Carroll University. He previously worked as a reporter and editor for the United Press International (UPI) news service covering national politics and civil rights. Read More...

 

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