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Any member of the Tenth of sees this page, please send a picture of yourself in uniform, the date and event at which you were sworn in, and your favorite regimental experience.

Officers & Staff

Major:

Major Paul O'Shuagnessy. Officer Commanding.
Sworn in: White Plains, New York. 1972
Favorite Regimental Experience: Fort Ticonderoga, 1986 - My first extended "date" with Diane. The Regiment would occupy the fort for one weekend each summer. On Saturday night, Harry Wellsman played his bagpipe as we All walked in deep darkness up the access road to the Scottish entrenchment from the great French and Indian War siege. You could feel something in the woods that night.
The surrender at Yorktown, 1981 - After a weekend battle from the original entrenchment, the entire British Army grounded firelocks as the Presidents of the United States and France looked on. Moving in the extreme.
April 2000 - Battle Road 2000 - that week, I flew to Lincoln, England to help dedicate the new Linconshire Museum (and met Prince Andrew), then that weekend commanded the Army through that very dramatic day. I remember Officer's call at 4 am - the weather and moon were exactly as they had been that night 225 years before when it All began. I'd brought a bottle of something good, and we passed it around realizing that this was a special moment.

Captains:

Captain Richard Amsterdam (Adjutant & Commanding Officer of the Grenadier Company)
Sworn In: 4 July 1975 in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Favorite Regimental experience: Commanding the Review & Colour Ceremony at Hanscom AFB in August of 1993


Captain Michael Kaplan (Camp Quartermaster)
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Captain Lincoln Clark III (Commanding Officer of the Light Infantry Company)
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Captain Jerry Robbins: Colonel's Leave
Sworn In: Hanscom Field, May, 1985, Reg't Number 168
Favorite Regimental Experience:Winning the 1st Rapid Fire for Sergt. Nesti, Delta Lake, Street Firing in the ocean (Falmouth), Advance Guard in Quebec, and finally, commanding the incredible 10th Regiment Grenadiers for 8 years - nothing was beyond their reach.
Worst Experience: The Colour Ceremony, 1993, Battle Road - All of Them.



Captain-Lieutenant:
vacant
Lieutenants:

Lieutenant Chris Smick

Ensigns:

Ensign Rhett Heberling (Colonel's Leave)
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Ensign Carl Malenchini
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Chaplain:
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Quartermaster:

John Preston
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Surgeon:
Surgeon's Mate Rene Robillard (Colonel's Leave)




Captain Amsterdam's Grenadier Company:

Lance-Sergeant Shane Clarke, Grenadier Company
Sworn In: Patriots Day 1996
Favorite Regimental Experience: Turning the Continental Lines' flank with 7 guys at Delta Lake in '97 and facing 120 Continentals with just the grenadier company at Quebec '98


Lance-Corporal David Kinghorn (Publishes "The Springer" monthly)
Sworn In: April (Patriot's Day) 1997
Favorite Regimental Event: The amphibious landing at Falmouth in 1999, but the switching flags at Fort #4 last year has topped that.

Private Gary Brennan
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Private Thomas Lyons
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Private John Nesti (Colonel's Leave)
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Private Samuel McIntire
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Major General Gerrard-Wright's Company:
Sergeant Major William Desmond
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Sergeant Warren Smith
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Lance-Corporal Shawn Morrill
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private Steve Bunker
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Private Michael McComas
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Private Noah Martin
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Private Scott Smith
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Private J. Yeske
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Lance Corporal Ron Harbour:
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Private Robert Burr
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Private John Fitzgerald
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Captain Lincoln Clark III's Light Infantry Company:

Corporal Mike Reilly (Acting Sergeant)
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Lance Corporal Charles Ziniti (Duffy)
Sworn In: Patriot's Day 1997
Favorite Regimental Experience: Storming of the beaches in Falmouth, Massachusetts

Private Kelsey Brennan (Bugler)
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Private Robert Falotico
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Private Adam Page
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Private David Parker
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Music:

Fife Major Britta Anderson (Paymaster)
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Fifer Alison Falotico
Sworn In:  Patriot's Day 2001
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Fifer Kelly Leet
Sworn In:Patriot's Day 2001
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Fifer John Sullivan
Sworn In: Patriot's Day 2001
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Drummer Timothy Sullivan
Sworn In: Patriot's Day 2001
Favorite Regimental Experience: We were marching up to the Bennington memorial and it  was just an honor guard, 4 musicians, 2 colors, and a captain.  As we were marching up the cannons had fired and we were marching through the smoke with colors completely unfurled and the fifes and drums were playing going up that hill,

Drummer Matthew Gelinas
Sworn In: Patriots Day 2001
Favorite Regimental Experience: All of them. Working with some of the best officers, NCOs, and Private men over the past two years. They are almost family to me. I look forward to another 20 or more great years with those who remain in the regiment that long. And I look forward to others joining the rank and file of H.M. Tenth Regiment of Foot, not only are you joining the rank and file of an amzing reenactment group, you are becoming a member of a prominent society of brothers (and sisters) one in which few are a meber of.


Distaff:

Kyra Bailey

Annette Desmond

Dawn Morril

Diane O'Shaugnessy:

Katleen Reinig

Carole Robillard