I have added the 10th Regiment of Foot to my Crown Forces army. A favorite Regiment of mine for sentimental reasons back during my reenactment days. Historically the regiments light infantry and Grenadier companies took park in the fighting in 19 April 1775 at Lexington and Concord and later at Bunker Hill. The Regiment took part in the New York campaign in 1776 and the Pennsylvania campaign 1777. Later, in 1778 as an under staffed regiment they were returned to England to recruit while the rank and file were drafted into other regiments in American. The surplus uniforms were sold to a loyalist Regiment The Kings Orange Rangers.
Figures used are Fife and Drum miniatures. I used the British line marching with blanket rolls for something a little different. Flags are from GMB. I like the yellow facing and colors as they give a bright spot in a otherwise somber background.