ANV Headquarters

Army of Northern Virginia

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Maj. Gen. Josef Seidl - Officers Dossier

Army Commander ANV
Maj. Gen.
Army of Northern Virginia Commander’s Ribbon
Army of Northern Virginia Cavalry Division Commander’s Ribbon1st Jefferson Davis Medal of Recognition1st Patrick Cleburne Medal of ServiceLieutenant's Cup Participation Ribbon
ANV 20 VictoriesANV 1 Victory

ANV Chief of Staff

Gen. Nick Kunz - Officers Dossier

Army Chief of Staff - ANV
CSA Service Ribbon2014VIM 2004Army of Northern Virginia Chief of Staff’s Ribbon
AOG14AOG15AOG18AoG Recognition Medal
1yr Service AoGTech SolutionDecorations Army of GeorgiaBattles and Maneuvers
AoG Victory Ribbon 2Richard S. Ewell Medal of Service 3rd Award Combat Action Ribbon (50 Battles)Board of Directors
VMI OCS Medals & RibbonsVMI DSCAwarded Joseph E. Johnston Medal of Recognition 4000ptsBeauregard Ribbon
Lee RibbonCooper Ribbon - 2ndCleburne_Ribbon_3rdThomas Stonewall Jackson Medal of Recognition
Davis_RibbonPurple Eagle AwardJames Longstreet Medal of RecognitionTournaments - Bar Room Brawl II
Lead Mule Participant2006-HACW1Confed-Ribbon1st Historical ACWHPS Gettysburg Tournament
Pemberton Gets Help (PGH) Tournament CSA Participant RibbonAward of Georgia Ribbon
HPS Campaign Antietam RibbonHPS Campaign Ribbon GettysburgHPS Campaign Ozark RibbonHPS Peninsula
HPS Campaign Ribbon ShilohHPS Campaign Vicksburg RibbonTS AntietamTS Gettysburg
ANV 20 VictoriesANV 20 VictoriesANV 5 Victories


Past Army Commanders

Past Army Commanders of the ANV

Past Army Commanders

"The forbearing use of power does not only form a touchstone; but the manner in which an individual enjoys certain advantages over others, is a test of a true gentleman. The power which the strong have over the weak, the magistrate over the citizen, the employer over the employed, the educated over the unlettered, the experienced over the confiding, even the clever over the silly; the forebearing and inoffensive use of all this power or authority, or a total abstinence from it when the case admits it, will show the gentleman in a plain light. The gentleman does not needlessly and unnecessarily remind an offender of a wrong he may have committed against him. He cannot only forgive, he can forget; and he strives for that nobleness of self and mildness of character, which imparts sufficient strength to let the past be but the past. A true man of honor feels humbled himself when he cannot help humbling others."

Robert E. Lee

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