Association. This regiment was part of the regular army and, as such, knew
rigorous discipline, polished leathers and shined brass. Our regiment strives to honor this
regiment in both appearance and knowledge with members stretching across Washington and Idaho.
The 12th U.S. company structure is unique in that unit commanders are expected to resign their commission after two years to allow a healthy development of new talent. We feel that this agreement is unique in the WCWA organization as most regimental commanders seem to keep their commands for years before passing opportunities on to others. We feel that these policies are going to make the 12th U.S. Infantry one of the strongest, most progressive units in the Washington Civil War Association for a very long time. COME JOIN US!
Washington Civil War Association Website
Port Gamble 2007 YouTube Video (C Farr)
Spokane 2007 YouTube Video