U.S. Cavalry: History of America's Mounted Forces
The first cavalries assembled by the Greeks are historically important as they lead to the formation of the first regiments in the New World that will fight for independence and win the Civil War.
The United States expands and pushes into new territories in detailed accounts of Wounded Knee, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and the creation of the Buffalo Soldiers.
Teddy Roosevelt leads troops into Cuba, and the battlefield begins to change when new innovations create a new horse that will change the world.
Gen. George Patton revolutionizes the cavalry and leads it from the last battle fought on horses to modern tanks and inventions that will win World War II and be the next generation of armored cavalry.
The U.S. air cavalry and regiments that have fought in Vietnam, Iraq, and on today's front lines are still examples of excellence that are critical to the armed forces.
Kevin R. Hershberger
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