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1. A unit has three action phases per turn.
2. Changes of formation and changes of facing are limited only by the distances that can be moved by the individual stands. Stands changing formation move at the Column movement rates.
3. A prone unit may not change formation. It takes one phase for a unit to stand up from a prone position. [The prone position represents troops who have gone to ground, seeking cover because of enemy fire. The troops, to some extent, are also pinned.]
4. It takes one phase for a battery to limber or unlimber.
Only one natural terrain effect is imposed at one time. The most costly movement penalty should be imposed. For example: a column moving downhill and crossing a stream would have its movement cost doubled.
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