USABOT The Brotherhood Of Tankers - In early 2012 a small facebook group was started by some men who sought to honor and preserve the traditions of cavalry and armor. In June 2012 this group was incorporated as a non profit in the State of Tennessee. It boasts the most US Army tankers and tank mechanics on any web site in the world! Tankers who have crewed every tank from the M47 to the latest tank on the ground now! A place where the history of tanks is seen in photographs and talked about, from that very first little fumbling tank in 1918 to what happened yesterday. A place for tankers to relive the memories, meet new tankers and renew friendships with tankers they served with in the past. USABOT can be located at www.usabot.org and https://www.facebook.com/groups/usabot/ for further information please contact Alan Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
U.S. Cavalry Association – Fort Riley, KS – Join the Cavalry. “No Previous Experience Needed.” From across the country, there are hundreds who have “Joined the Cavalry”. As a member of the U.S. Cavalry Association, you will join the cause to preserve this colorful part of Americana.” We welcome all individuals having an interest in preserving the history and heritage of the Cavalry, young or old, civilian or military. Contact
Armor and Cavalry Museum Foundation Ft. Benning, Ga.- We welcome your support in helping the foundation meet its objective of building a truly state of the art Armor and Cavalry museum. By joining you will become part of the team that is not only preserving our Armor and Cavalry heritage but providing a valuable asset for so many generations to come.
United States Armor Association – The aim and purpose of the U.S. Armor Association is to disseminate knowledge of the military art and sciences, with special attention to mobility in ground warfare; to promote the professional development of its members; and to preserve and foster the spirit, the traditions and solidarity of Armor in the Army of the United States. Becoming a US Armor Association member is an important step in any Armor/Cavalry Officer’s, Noncommissioned Officer or Soldier’s Career. You are a professional and you belong here.
Join the 1st Cavalry Division Association - Anyone who has ever been assigned or attached to the 1st Cavalry Division at any time is eligible for Life membership in the 1st Cavalry Division Association. Additionally, Friends of the Cavalry who have never served a day with the 1st Cavalry Division may join the Association as Associate members.
First Cleveland Cavalry – At no time in the history of our organization has it been more important than now to energize our group. In the past, we have had numerous soldiers for WWII and the Korean War that actively participated. I know of no other organization that cost so little and yet gives so much in return. It is critically important that we keep the legacy of the First Cleveland Cavalry alive for the generations to come. – Contact
The Washington Cavalry Association, whose members portray Company A, 1st United States Regiment of Cavalry in the Washington Civil War Association. The purpose of our organization is to preserve the history of the mounted soldier by participating in battle re-enactments and living history presentations across the Northwest. In addition we also participate in Parades, school events and community programs. We are historic educators dedicated to preserving American History in general, as well as the military history of the 1st United States Regiment of Cavalry and other historic units.
2-1 Cavalry – The 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Association is a non-profit, non-political, fraternal organization. Our principal objective is to preserve our history, to bring old friends and comrades back together, to make new friends and to remember those fellow Blackhawk troopers who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. Contact
Interested in Membership in the Second Cavalry Association? The Second Cavalry Association was founded in 1899, after the Spanish-American War. Our purpose is three fold; Support our veterans, Preserve and Share Our History, and to Support Our Regiment whenever the need arises. Contact
Join the Third Cavalry Association Online – Since 1846, the 3d Cavalry Regiment has served the United States through war and peace to protect and secure the country’s frontier, secure its growth as a world power, and defeat the forces that have threatened our country’s very survival. Most recently, the Regiment has served with distinction in combat operations in Iraq. The 3d Cavalry Association was formed in 1995 to preserve the history, traditions, and heritage of this storied Cavalry Regiment. The Association’s special charter is to support the veterans, troopers, and family members of the Regiment. Memberships available for active duty, retired, alumni, family members, & non-military supporters. Contact
The Third and Fourth Cavalry Regiments Association Inc – This is the official webpage of the 3rd & 4th Cavalry Regiment Association, Incorporated in Queensland. Former members, post 1972 of the 3rd and 4th Cavalry Regiments, former and serving members of B Squadron, 3rd/4th Cavalry Regiment (APC) may now join the 3rd & 4th Cavalry Regiment Association Inc
1-4 Cavalry – The troopers of the First Squadron, Fourth United States Cavalry dedicate this site to those valiant soldiers of our combined arms team who can never again answer the call to arms, and to their loved ones who also sacrificed greatly. – Contact
6th Cavalry – One great attraction to service men beyond the Reservation gate is the REGIMENTAL FRATERNITY, one chartered under the insignia of the regiment of service with the Colors, one that offers social and convivial contact in civil life. This, comrade, is THAT fraternity. If you served in the “Sixth” we invite you to join us in preserving the ideals and traditions of our beloved regiment; – THE 6th U.S. CAVALRY. Contact
5th Batallion, 7th Cavalry Association – NO COST FOR MEMBERSHIP FOR ACTIVE DUTY! The 5thBattalion 7th Cavalry Association is a legally registered non-profit organization registered in the state of Tennessee. – Contact
Ninth and Tenth Horse Cavalry Association – The 9th and 10th (Horse) Cavalry Association represent just over one thousand members and is comprised of 30 chapters in the U.S. and 1 chapter in Germany. The Ninth and Tenth (Horse) Cavalry Association of the United States is a national body dedicated to educating and remembering the service of the Legends known as the “Buffalo Soldiers” – Contact
10th New York Cavalry – Do you enjoy history and horses? The 10thNewYork Cavalry is a mounted living history group operating under the auspices of the Northwest Civil War Council and the Northwest Cavalry Association. – Contact or Contact
11th U.S. Cavalry (Commemorative) – A Troop – The 11th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Commemorative) is a Living History Museum which honors the last horse cavalrymen of the U.S. Army. The unit is an organizational member of the United States Cavalry Association. Our unit members are interested in collecting artifacts of the cavalry and in recreating the cavalrymen of 1941 through participation in mounted drill and public exhibitions. Our uniforms, horse equipment, riding style and formations authentically represent the pre-World War II cavalry of the U.S. Army.- Contact
Join the 14th Cavalry Association – Its objective is to reflect the history of a proud Regiment and to promote communication among those of us who have been privileged to serve in its organic and attached units. Since 1901, troopers of the 14th Cavalry have fought in Asia, Europe and on the southern border of our homeland. During the Cold War the 14th Armored Cavalry Regiment stood guard for 23 years at the most critical sector of the Iron Curtain. Beginning in September 2000, 14th Cavalry RSTA (Reconnaissance, Surveillance, & Target Acquisition) squadrons returned to active service. From a high of four squadrons, the two remaining squadrons are home-based at Fort Lewis, WA and Schofield Barracks, HI. Contact
14th Armored Cavalry Regiment – It focuses on the service of our Regiment at the most crucial sector of NATO’s front line during some of the most perilous years of the Cold War. We seek to promote communication among those of us who were privileged to serve together at that time and place.
Alpha Troop, 2/17th Cavalry Alumni – The Alpha Troop Association is organized for the all of the men and women who served with Alpha Troop, 2nd Squadron/17th Cavalry. The association also includes those men who organized as “Packet A” and the 332nd Transportation Detachment at Fort Campbell in 1969. The organization is fraternal in nature with no political agenda or socially redeeming value. – Contact
B Troop, 2nd of the 17th Cavalry Association – Looking for current and former members of B Troop 17th Cavalry and B Troop 2nd Squadron 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division. If you served with B Troop at Fort Campbell prior to 1968 or after 1972, Fort Hood 1968 – 1969, Republic of Vietnam 1968 – 1972, this web site is for, and about, you. Find out how to become a member of our Association in the Ban’Shee Gazette. Contact
7/17th Air Cavalry “Ruthless Riders – Benefits of membership: Reunion hotel lodging at the special negotiated rate, enjoy the banquet at the special rate, access to food and beverages, etc. in the hospitality suite, attend events/excursions/trips at the special negotiated rate, eligible for family members to apply for the 7/17 Scholarship – Contact
545th Military Police Association – The ONLY Cavalry Military Police company in the U.S. Army, with a lineage dating back to 1939, and serving with distinction in Fort Bliss, Australia, New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, Leyte, Luzon, Manila, Tokyo, Korea, Panama, Fort Gordon, Vietnam, Fort Chaffee, Fort Drum, Bosnia, Honduras, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, Fort Hood, and Fort Richardson, Alaska. Visit their homepage where you can sign in become a member of this great organization!
The Michigan Cavalry Brigade Association -The Michigan Cavalry Brigade Association is a non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to historical education, preservation and remembrance of the Civil War mounted trooper. Our group participates in living history demonstrations throughout the United States in an effort to promote both an understanding of our distinctive heritage and respect for military personnel past, present and future. We lend our support to schools, historic sites, museums, organizations and events, with the goal of
The Northwest Cavalry Association – Contact – Located in the Pacific Northwest. It is at this time made up of several companies of Cavalry from the Civil War era, both Blue and Gray, and invites others to join its ranks.
Washington Cavalry – Washington Civil War Association -The Washington Cavalry Association are people from all walks of life brought together by common passions, horses and history. Our members live in all parts of Washington State. We are mounted Cavalry and re enact the the American Civil War 1861-1865. We are living history re enactors that take history that you read about or see in the movies. And bring it to up close and personal through educational programs and reenactments throughout Washington state that show how the military and civilians lived, fought, and survived in this period of our nations history. Future plans for us include representing Cavalry in all periods of our great nation. Our past includes forming the 14th Virginia Cavalry CSA in Washington State which is still in operation. – Contact
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