US Order of Battle
151st Gettysburg Reenactment — U.S. Army Order of Battle
Federal HeadquartersMaj.Gen. Allen Baldwin, Commanding Brig.Gen Bob Frey, Senior Military Aid Col. Pete Peters, Chief Surgeon Col. Erek Dorman, Senior Military Aid Lt.Col. Grover Longnecker, Chief of Staff Lt.Col. Chris Folster, Acting Assistant Adjutant General Lt.Col. Pat Kelly, Assistant Inspector General Maj. Ed Zamorski, Engineer & Safety Officer Maj. Timon Linn – Senior Aide-de-camp Maj. Bob Shurts – Provost Marshall Lt. Willard Longnecker – Quartermaster Lt. Kyle Wichtendahl – Aide-de-Camp 2nd Lt. Brett Sheriff – Aide-de-Camp
Federal - Allen Baldwin
A Pittsburgh native and a past 13 year resident of Gettysburg Pennsylvania, Allen now lives in Winchester Virginia with his wife Julie and is employed by the City of Winchester as the Fire and Rescue Chief. Allen is also a graduate of Point Park University with a degree in Public Administration. Allen has been involved in reenacting for just shy of twenty years. He served on Major General Valuska’s staff as a Courier, Junior Officer, Aide de Camp and most recently as a Colonel and Senior Aide de Camp. He has been directly involved in event planning and military operations, and has served as a Brigade, Division and Army Commander at numerous events along with being responsible of Overall Command at several events. Allen and the entire Federal Staff look forward to continuing their excellent working relationship with the officers and gentleman of CSA Commander Brian Gesuero’s staff. General Baldwin’s interest in Civil War history began when he was a youngster with his grandfather who had an extensive interest in the civil war and was a professor at the University of Pittsburg. Allen spends some of his free time researching the 20th Pennsylvania Cavalry Company F, which his great-great grandfather was a member of and was engaged in pursuit of Lee as he entered Hagerstown on his retreat from the Gettysburg battle and wounded just outside of Berkley Springs West Virginia. Allen and the Federal staff bring a long standing tradition of professionalism, loyalty, honor and organization to the hobby. He and the staff look forward to the challenge of reenacting this extremely significant chapter in American history while meeting the needs of the reenactors at this anniversary event.