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The current TO&E Excel Spreadsheet is ready. Anyone who wishes a copy send me your e-mail.  This chart will be updated as I receive more data from you.   This is an enhanced chart.  It includes your personal unit structure, from the various Faction Forums, besides CAV Universe formations.

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