Filter mssgs. "Replacements, levies, new units". Those usually start with training mssgs., meaning just this, followed by differently worded training mssgs. (meaning new units were built). The former ones show training process by unit element. Those in Cincinnati should be listed. Also, clicking on those messages should centre the map view on Cincinnati.
Training process is "up to X elements", meaning, there are turns without training. Not sure if, b/c leader is inactive.
Training leader being corps commander also converts militia, conscripts to regulars.
As a Union player you'll get 3 conscript converter: McClellan, Halleck and Siegel, with Mc Clellan being removed in 1863? You should place those, according to your grand strategy, behind the front/or with a big stack in rail & river centres and constantly feed them with militia and conscripts. Placing 2 of them in one city might be excessive.
Arguably a good placement of those precious leaders could be, by order of appearance:
McClellan: Harper's Ferry (becoming inactice army commander there)
Siegel: Cincinnati or Vincennes.
There's more to loose and more units to built in the East.
You have better commanders earlier in the Mississippi/Kentucky theatres.
< Message edited by wosung -- 11/11/2013 9:37:14 PM >