We had a couple of minor issues that delayed the running of the turn and my schedule will not open until this evening, so expect results tonight. This will most likely necessitate a slight deviation to our Monday/Thursday turn schedule. Sorry about the delays.
I've gotten some questions about how to tell which side controls an RR square.
Here is a short primer on the subject.
If a rail square has a unit or city in it, click on it and it'll tell you which side controls
the railroad there.
Otherwise, note that some RR squares have a blue or gray box around them, but
most do not. If an RR square has the same control as all adjacent RR squares, then
it gets no box. If an RR square is adjacent to another RR square with different control,
then it's marked blue for Union control and gray for Confederate. Basically, the colored
from the Richmond Times:
General Otis and his men left Staunton and have burned their way through Maryland and Pennsylvania to Harrisburg..
Orders for T10 are due May 7 at 2pm US Eastern
T10 has been run and you should be receiving results shortly. Please let the GAs know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you spot any issues with you results or have any other questions related to the running of T10.
T11 will be run on Monday, May 6th at 9PM Eastern. DOWs are due by Saturday (5/4) by 9 PM in order to be in effect for T11.
The GITM rules (link from rule 2.8) discuss the tactical terrain in Gibraltar. They say there is supposed to be low hills in tac square 10-9. However, this is apparently not the case in the current game data. I believe the problem occurred because the start-of-game position map didn't have the change - we did this back in NWOL-2 or NWOL-3, not sure which, and it doesn't look like it got into the Permanent Record.
Note that bombardment of Gibraltar tac square is prohibited by GITM 9.14 and I have verified that the code does enforce that rule.