Marching Through Georgia? Or waiting in Georgia? “Hurry up and wait” to start the March to the Sea

In the army, there is a phrase often thrown around – “hurry up and wait.”  When the superior command sets a time for action to occur, the subordinate commands will in turn set an earlier time for assembly an inspection.  When the division calls a formation at 8 a.m., the brigade will desire troops assembledContinue reading “Marching Through Georgia? Or waiting in Georgia? “Hurry up and wait” to start the March to the Sea”