In fighting around Mobile seven regiments of CSA Conscripts and one of Cavalry are destroyed for the loss of one US Conscript regiment and two Heavy Artillery.
In north-east Alabama the battle of Scottsboro begins after a long buildup. In this set piece battle the Rebels lose seven regiments of Conscripts, two of Volunteers, one of Militia and three Cannon Batteries. The Federal army loses a total of thirteen Heavy Artillery.
Crossing the border back into Tennessee the Federal Army led by General McPherson launches an attack on Chattanooga. Three Rebel Conscript regiments, one Militia, one Cavalry, one Cannon Battery and a General are wiped out for the loss of three Heavy Artillery, five Conscript regiments and a regiment of the Iron Brigade. The city and its important rail connections are now in Union hands. In the mopping up operations after the capture of the city three Irregular units and a regiment of CSA Cavalry are destroyed for the loss of three US Conscript regiments.
Out west Madison and Milwaukee are recaptured from the Sioux.
In the eastern theatre Morehead City falls to the Federal army after a short engagement. One CSA Conscript and one Militia regiment are forced to surrender. In the harbour is a CSN Ironclad which is scuttled before the Federal forces can capture her.
On the road to Wilmington three CSA Conscript regiments are destroyed for the loss of one US Conscript regiment.
The Union now holds twelve objectives, enough for a marginal victory at the end of the game. The top generals urge caution, lest the Rebels launch one last counter-attack to force a stalemate. However Lincoln is desperate for his generals to gain a decisive victory!