Winfield Scott retires to West Point and George B. McClellan becomes general-in-chief of all Federal armies.
President Lincoln decides the time is right for Winfield Scott to retire as general-in-chief, and his replacement should be George B. McClellan.
The growing tension between George B. McClellan and Winfield Scott results in a harsh exchange after a conference on military strategy.
George B. McClellan continues organizing his new Army of the Potomac and continues feuding with Winfield Scott.
George B. McClellan develops a Federal war strategy while complaining that Winfield Scott is standing in his way.
The Federal military is reorganized following the Bull Run defeat, which includes giving command of the largest army to a young, promising general.