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Old 06-10-2019, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by kaylasdad99 View Post
If you consider a stride to be from left footfall to the next left footfall (or right, if that's the way you roll), it seems a bit less implausible.

The fact that very few soldiers had identically-sized legs does complicate things a bit.
Wouldn't the parameters of formation movement have required them to train their soldiers to march with the same stride despite any differences in leg length?
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