First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry

The First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, also known as the First City Troop, is a unit of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.

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First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry - History
... The First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, or "First City Troop", is the oldest military unit in the US still in active service ... US that owns its own armory building, built with private funds in the Rittenhouse section of Philadelphia ... The Troop was organized in 1774 as the Light Horse of the City of Philadelphia, often referred to as the Philadelphia Light Horse ...

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