The American Eagle Society strives for the highest authenticity standards possible. The normal impression adopted is generic infantry - the material culture and behaviour typical for most infantrymen, most of the time - for the theatre and year of conflict chosen for the event.
Click on the link below to read our guidelines, which are both a point of reference for existing members, and a guide for new and prospective members in constructing an impression.
 
AES Minimum Standards
 
 
The American Eagle Society has produced a risk assessment that considers the inherent dangers of AES re-enactments. This document should be read by all existing members and those thinking of joining, as it serves as our code of conduct. To view American Eagle Society Risk Assessment  please click the link below.
 
 
AES Risk Assessment

The American Eagle Society  :  American Civil War Living History in the United Kingdom

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