- The Battle of Bound Brook was canceled on acount of the severe flooding that the area sustained. On May Day the regiment split its forces to do living history at the Historic Festival at Washington Crossing State Park and May Day celebration at Cadwalader Park in Trenton. 1ST Sgt Minus and Sgt Algernon Ward presented at Washington Crossing as Revolutionary War soldiers, while Cpl Norman Marcelles led a contigent of cadets in Trenton.
- Private Leon Brooks represented the regiment at Trenton High Schools annual Taste of Trenton.
- Fort Pocahontas
The weekend of the 18th regiment mustered 5 troopers and 11 cadets for the 10th Annual Civil War Living History and Reenactment at Fort The historic significance of the battle of Pocahontas Fort Pocahontas is this was the first battle fought by U.S. Colored Troops . See Sgt Wards After Action Report for a detailed description of the event.
- May 26- Lawrenceville Memorial Day Parade
- May 27 - Third Commemorative To The Black Patriots at the Battle Monument
- May 28 - Pennington Parade and Commemoration of USCT's buried in the African cemetery
- June 9, 10 - American Revolution reenactment Reenactment - Battle of Bordentown
Attention to Orders
Above Pvt Leon Brooks received his promotion in the General's formation to the rank of corporal at Fort Pocahontas following the battle reenactment. Sgt Minus cited his accomplishment in recruiting cadets into the regiment.