Cavalry Regiment

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15th Cavalry Regiment (United States)
... The 15th Cavalry Regiment is a cavalry regiment of the United States Army ... It was one of the Expansion Units originally established for the Spanish American War, but has been a general workhorse unit ever since ...
Portuguese Army - Order of Battle - Base Units
... For historical reasons most of the base units are called regiments and are associated with an arm of service ... By arm of service, these units are Cavalry School of Cavalry at Abrantes, 2nd Lancers Regiment (Army Military Police Unit) at Lisbon 3rd Cavalry Regiment at ...
Pozzuolo Del Friuli Cavalry Brigade - 2013 Reform
... del Friuli" Combat Service Support Battalion in Gorizia 2nd Cavalry Regiment Piemonte Cavalleria in Trieste (passed to the Julia Alpine Brigade) 4th Cavalry Regiment Genova ...
Legion Of The Vistula - Creation of The Legion
... The Legion was formed in Breslau, Silesia in February 1807 from an infantry regiment and cavalry regiment in the service of the Kingdom of Naples that were ... cadre into a formation of three infantry regiment and one cavalry regiment, initially named the Polish-Italian Legion as it had been organized around the Poles formerly in Italian service ... The newly expanded cavalry regiment arrived in Kassel on November 11, 1807 ...
Alfred Gibbs - American Civil War - Petersburg; Appomattox
... the division's reassignment to the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac between March 25, 1865 and May 25, 1865 ... The brigade included the First, Fifth and Sixth United States Cavalry Regiments, the Second Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry Regiment and the 6th Pennsylvania ... of Gouverneur Warren's V Corps of Army of the Potomac infantry and of all cavalry ...

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