Haha, very entertaining!
Amusing was a line from the commander in chief section: “When any service of danger is to be performed, you should send your second-in-command, or some inferior officer—but whomsoever you send, if he succeeds in the business, be sure to take all the merit of it to yourself.” – Reminds me of General Gates with Benedict Arnold (pre-traitor times)
And another for the Quartermaster: “The standing maxim of your office is to receive whatever is offered you, or you can get hold of, but not to part with anything you can keep. Your store-room must resemble the lion’s den”
Ha, must appear to have a bounty of supplies to give and always be a wanted resource.
A clever look into some military perspective, thank for sharing