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  U.S. 1st Cavalry Division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Headquarters facilities used by 1st Cavalry Division were those previously vacated by 8th United States Brigade when it was commanded by MG John J. Pershing in 1916, and the wartime 15th Cavalry Division, which had existed at Fort Bliss between 10 December 1917 and 12 May 1918.
The 7th, 8th, and 10th Cavalry Regiments were transferred on 13 September 1921, although the assignment of the 10th Cavalry Regiment to the 1st Cavalry Division was controversial because the transfer violated the Jim Crow laws.
Although the study did not lead to a general reorganization of the cavalry division, the wartime cavalry regiment was restructured, effective 1 December 1938, to consist of a headquarters and headquarters troop, machine gun and special weapons troops, and three squadrons of three rifle troops each.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/US_1st_Cavalry_Division   (2932 words)

 Rough Riders - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Recruitment for the regiment was done largely by Roosevelt, and resulted in a widely varied force consisting of seasoned ranch hands, Pawnee scouts, Ivy League athletes and east-coast polo players, among others who represented a broad cross-section of American society.
Still technically a cavalry unit, its mission was nevertheless perforce transformed to one of largely infantry-style fighting.
Joined by other units, notably elements of the 9th and 10th Regulars (African-American "buffalo soldiers"), the Rough Riders assaulted and eventually succeeded in securing the region, contributing to the victory of Santiago, which was probably the defining battle of the Cuban campaign.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rough_Riders   (777 words)

 The 7th Kansas Cavalry
The regiment was stationed at Corinth from the 9th of May, 1863, until the 8th of January, 1864, was almost constantly in the saddle, and participated in many severe actions.
On the 12th of October the regiment was engaged in the battle of Byhalia and Wyatt, Miss., which was fought by the cavalry division under the command of Colonel Hatch with a rebel force under command of General N. Forrest.
The regiment was constantly engaged on the 13th from 5 o'clock a.
skyways.lib.ks.us /museums/kng/7ksvls.html   (2430 words)

 B Troop / 9th Cavalry Homepage
The 9th was transferred to the District of New Mexico during the winter and spring of 1875 and 76.
The Regiment served with the 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam earning five campaign streamers and a Presidential Unit Citation After numerous inactivations, activations, and redesignations over the past fifty years, the cavalry troops of the 9th Cavalry Regiment are now being activated as Brigade Reconnaissance Troops across the Army in selected maneuver brigades.
B Troop, 9th Cavalry was reactivated as the Third Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, Brigade Reconnaissance Troop (BRT) on June 25, 1999.
www.carson.army.mil /UNITS/3rdbct/0xxBTrp9Cav/brt.html   (1043 words)

 Sixth Regiment of Cavalry
By CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. The Sixth Regiment of Cavalry was organized as the Third Cavalry, under the President's proclamation of May 3, 1861; and the proclamation was confirmed by Act of Congress, July 29, 1861.
When near Brandy Station the regiment was ordered into position on the left of the road, and when the skirmish line on its left retired, it was in an exposed position which was promptly seen by the enemy, who attempted a flank attack with a column of cavalry.
The regiment arrived and during June was sent around the Indian reservation to drive in the Indians, but many of the worst had fled to the rocky fastnesses of the Mexican mountain peaks, and remained a thorn in the side of the army and the settlers for more than ten years.
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/books/r&h/R&H-6CV.htm   (8338 words)

 The 9th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
The same portion of the regiment, under Colonel Lynde, in the month of August, 1862, were engaged in the running fight and skirmish with the rebel General Coffey, which continued for eight consecutive days and nights, during which time the troops were kept in their saddles, dismounting only long enough to feed themselves and horses.
Since the organization of the regiment, at no one time before had it been assembled together, so that for both officers and men there was a reasonable assurance that in the future their efforts would be consolidated, and that they should act as one body with one purpose.
An expedition was fitted out, (of which the 9th was a part), under Lieutenant Colonel Clarke, and ordered to pursue him after one of these characteristic raids, in which he had destroyed a large amount of hay and haying implements, had captured nearly a whole regiment of infantry and burned their quarters.
skyways.lib.ks.us /museums/kng/9ksvls.html   (5555 words)

 9th NY Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War - NY Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
Colonel John Beardsley received authority from the State to recruit this regiment; its organization commenced at Westfield and was completed at Albany.
The regiment left the State November 26, 1861, and served at Washington, D. C., from December, 1861.
March 9, 1862, Companies C, F, K and M were detached and distributed in detachments among the batteries of the Reserve Artillery, with which they served until May 22, 1862; the remaining eight companies performed during that time duty as train-guard in the Army of the Potomac.
www.dmna.state.ny.us /historic/reghist/civil/cavalry/9thCav/9thCavMain.htm   (295 words)

 Eagle Troop ? 9th Cavalry Regiment
The regiment was organized on 21 September 1866, at Greenville, Louisiana with COL Edward Hatch, a brevet Major General commanding.
The 9th Cavalry was charged with protecting stage and mail routes, building and maintaining forts, and establishing law and order in a vast area full of outlaws, Mexican revolutionaries, and raiding Comanche, Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Apaches.
The early history of the 9th Cavalry Regiment was closely tied to the movement of people and trade on the western plains and along the Mexican Border.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/agency/army/e-trp-9cav.htm   (309 words)

 National Civil War Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Ninth Virginia Cavalry, commanded by Colonel R.L.T. Beale, Was one of the regiments to fight under the legendary cavalry commanders; W.H.F. "Rooney" Lee, and J.E.B. Stuart.
Being one of the larger regiments (they fielded consistently around 500 troopers) and with intelligent and daring commanders, the unit became one of the most respected, and effective units on either side.
General H.J. Kilpatrick, of the Union Cavalry, was known to have said, that when he knew the Ninth Virginia was in front, he always put 3 regiments to fight it, because they were the best cavalry regiment in the Confederate service."
www.ncwa.org /confederate/9thvacav/9thvacav.htm?unit=15   (291 words)

 Company C, 4th Regiment (Russell's) Alabama Cavalry
We communicated our plans and fears to the friends whom we were visiting, and he informed us of a small band of Confederate Cavalry which was then organizing in the mountains of Madison and Jackson counties, and advised us to place ourselves under their protection.
He had several hours in advance of us, but the prize was too tempting to be easily relinquished, and we followed upon roads parallel to his line of march At night he encamped near Buck Springs.
Those of us in front passed many of those and left them to be captured by the men behind us.
www.geocities.com /drmccoy_77302/4thRegiment.html   (3244 words)

 Morgan's Alabama Cavalry Brigade
Russell's 4th Alabama Cavalry Regiment was formed at Murfreesboro, TN in December 1862 by a consolidation of four companies from Nathan B. Forrest's Old Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, and six companies from the 4th Alabama Battalion.
The 51st Alabama Cavalry Regiment, Partisan Rangers, was organized at Oxford on 11 August 1862, with men from Calhoun, Dallas, Mobile, Montgomery, Perry, Pike, Saint Clair, Talladega, and Tuscaloosa counties.
The regiment was part of the force that captured 400 of the enemy at Maryville, and soon after it was part of the investing force at Knoxville.
www.tarleton.edu /~kjones/morgan.html   (2798 words)

 Xlibris.Com Bookstore
His intent was not to document the history of the US involvement in the Vietnam War, nor be a definitive history of the famous B Troop 1st Squadron, 9th US Cavalry Regiment.
The 1st of the 9th was known for its ferocity in combat and its high casualty rate especially among flight crews.
The Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker Alabama, the 1st Cavalry Museum at Fort Hood Texas, and "The Bookstore" in Radcliff Ky outside the gate of Fort Knox KY keep this in stock.
www2.xlibris.com /bookstore/bookdisplay.asp?bookid=13825   (737 words)

 2nd US Cavalry Co A/9th VA Cavalry Co D   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The 2nd US Cavalry, Company A/9th Regiment Virginia Cavalry, Company D, is a mounted reenactment and living history group dedicated to accurately portraying US Regular Cavalry and Confederate troopers during the American Civil War.
The 2nd Cavalry saw duty in the Spanish American War and served in France with their horses during World War I. Due to changes in modern warfare the 2nd Cavalry gave up their horses and sabers, and formed a mechanized unit during World War II.
The companies of the 9th were scattered and were assigned various duties during the first year of the war.
www.angelfire.com /va2/secondcavalry   (534 words)

 Fatalities List Since May 1st
Benson was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 314th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 78th Division, Fort Drum, N.Y. Lance Cpl. Evenor C. Herrera, 22, of Gypsum, Colo., died Aug. 10 from wounds received from the detonation of an improvised explosive device while conducting combat operations near Ar Ramadi, Iraq.
He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C. Two died on June 18 in Baqubah, Iraq, from injuries sustained on June 17 in Buritz, Iraq, when they were conducting a mounted patrol and their HMMWV was attacked by enemy forces using rocket-propelled grenades.
Wilkerson was assigned to the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Carson, Colo.
www.antiwar.com /casualties/list.php   (11094 words)

 9th NY Cavalry Battle Flag - NY Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
Reuben E. Fenton, U.S. Representative from New York and later Governor, presented this “Tiffany Co.” marked regimental to the 9th Cavalry in March 1863 on behalf of the ladies of Chautauqua County.
Carried by the regiment until July 1864, the flag’s blue silk fabric is badly damaged, but still retains the Tiffany maker’s mark, the embroidered Coat of Arms with motto, and the unit identification.
See the 9th Cavalry History Pagefor more information about this unit.
www.dmna.state.ny.us /historic/btlflags/cavalry/9thCavReg02.128.htm   (117 words)

 African American Freedom Fighters: Soldiers for Liberty
The 9th and 10th Cavalries were former all fl regiments in the Civil War.
On July 25, GENERAL COLIN POWELL, former Chairman of the U. Joint Chiefs of Staff, dedicated a bronze twelve-foot statue at FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kansas - the historic birthplace of the 10th Cavalry - of one of the original Western horseback-riding Buffalo Soldiers of the Western frontier.
The U. support started out with supplies and military advisors, but, on August 2, 1964, a U. Military vessel patrolling the coast of North Vietnam was attacked by the North Vietnamese.
www.cwpost.liunet.edu /cwis/cwp/library/aaffsfl.htm   (10712 words)

 1st North Carolina Cavalry
These Regiments were two of the most renowned fighting units of the American Civil War.
Equally important, we are very proud to annouce that the Regiment is now an international organization with the creation of a new company of dismounted troops (Company G) in Europe.
It was indeed a memorable one." With a rebel yell, the gallant men of the 1st NC Cavalry and seven other regiments rode their horses to the front of the enemy and charged headlong into artillery fire and the 400 cavalrymen of the 1st Michigan...and into history.
firstnccav.home.mindspring.com   (978 words)

 9th Virginia Regiment Of Cavalry
This is an American History site dedicated to cavalry, cavalry horses and mounted warfare of the American Civil War.
We are known as the Ninth Virginia Cavalry, Inc., a non-profit corporation located on the west coast in the state of Oregon.
The 9th Virginia Cavalry is a founding member of Civil War reenacting in the northwest.
9thvirginia.com   (538 words)

 9th Alabama Cavalry Regiment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This regiment was organized at Blue Mountain in the summer of 1864, and was brigaded under Gen. Pillow.
It operated in the vicinity of the Army of Tennessee while it lay at Dalton, and was with General Pillow for about eight months.
The regiment then resisted Wilson's corps, and in May laid down its arms at Gainesville.
www.archives.state.al.us /referenc/alamilor/9thcav2.html   (133 words)

 Timeline 1841-1849
They were William Henry Harrison, the 9th president, who died one month after his inauguration in 1841; the 20th president, James Garfield, who was assassinated in 1881; William McKinley, the 25th president, who was assassinated in 1901; and Warren G. Harding, who died suddenly in 1923.
Texas was annexed as a state of the US on Dec 29.
The superior US artillery was able to halt one of the two advancing Mexican divisions.
timelines.ws /1841_1849.HTML   (15035 words)

Writes of friends enlisting and friends coming home sick and then quickly returning back to the front line once their health is restored.
Arkansas Volunteer Regiment by Rick Reeves - signed, numbered, limited edition of only 500 in the edition.
(9th Cavalry Regiment - Buffalo Soldiers - Medal of Honor recipients Burnett, Williams and Walley by Kirk Stirnweis - signed, numbered, limited edition of only 400 prints.
www.marylandsutler.com /civil_war_auction.htm   (4459 words)

 Black Knights 3rd/5th Armored Cavalry Combat Unit Vietnam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Time is getting short until the reunion at The Wall is upon us.
The main function of our web-site is to keep us together, together, and to provide our membership and all our fellow Vietnam Veterans with information pertaining to the needs of our generation of combat Veterans.
Our elite organization was born and continues to be guided with one very simple thought that was felt by all the troopers that attended our very first reunion in Fredericksburg Virginia June 1987:
www.3-5cav-blackknights.com   (331 words)

 Cyndi's List - U.S. - Texas
People and place names of thousands of professionally taken photographs of South Texas 1890-1930s, most around 1920; extraction of various US Census and county vital records are listed with an emphasis on the GUERRA, HINOJPSA and MORIN surnames.
Enter the name of a U.S. town to learn the name of the county where that town is located.
A brief history of the 35th Texas Cavalry and extracts from the pension application of Mrs.
www.cyndislist.com /tx.htm   (4820 words)

 City of Austin - APL: Buffalo Soldiers, Company A, 9th Cavalry Regiment
City of Austin - APL: Buffalo Soldiers, Company A, 9th Cavalry Regiment
Members of Company A, 9th Cavalry will describe the role and history of the United States Army's Buffalo Soldiers in the settlement of the western states, dressed in authentic period cavalry uniforms.
The presentation will include horses and an authentic encampment.
www.wiredforyouth.com /srp/edu.cfm?perf=buff   (107 words)

 Army - Air Force patch EMVO-03-1 From Bottle to Throttle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
US Army Attack aviation patch, awsome story here!!!!
www.marukonet.com /army,c48824,8,ur.html   (255 words)

 Bullwhip Squadron Association
Join us in honoring 1st Squadron, 9th CAV!
Bullwhip Squadron is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring all Vietnam Veterans who served with the 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry between 1965-1972, including Troops E and F, LRRP, and Dog Handlers.
Reproduction or redistribution in any form without express written permission is prohibited.
www.bullwhipsquadron.org   (104 words)

 What's New in MagWeb -- 57 Military History and Product Magazines
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www.magweb.com /sample/wn982nd.htm   (4211 words)

 1-9 Cav Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
"Welcome to the First Battalion, Ninth Cavalry, Headhunters!
Our mission is to deploy, fight and win....anytime our nation gives us the call.
We will accomplish our mission as a team by:
pao.hood.army.mil /1cd_1-9cav/welcome.htm   (135 words)

 Naval Military Press, book summaries, army knowledge online, geneology, world war 2
Being the story of an Irishman who rode with the Cossacks throughout the Russo-Japanese War
WITH THE INNISKILLING DRAGOONS The record of a Cavalry Regiment during the Boer War, 1899-1902
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