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New Links!

  • Hoofbeats and Cold Steel A great military blog by Civil War historian and award-winning author, J. David Petruzzi.
  • One Continuous Fight - The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863. Co-authored by Mr. Petruzzi, Eric Wittenberg, and Mike Nugent, who is a retired US Army Armored Cavalry Officer and the descendant of a Civil War Cavalry soldier.
  • - Links to many of the greatest battles ever fought, and you can bet the CAV was there! Many thanks to our favorite library Media Specialist way up in Vermont! Best of luck with the history seminars!


Few veterans and their families are aware of the hazard that asbestos poses. Asbestos exposures were common aboard naval vessels and other military installations. Exposure has been conclusively linked to mesothelioma, a rare cancer and aggressive cancer. Options for mesothelioma treatment are limited so any veteran or family member who believes they have been exposed should consult with their physician about their asbestos history.


Cavalry Unit and Organization Pages

  • – The United States Cavalry Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the Cavalry. Our members come from all walks of life, from active-duty military personnel to housewives, historians and doctors. They all share a common interest in the history of the cavalry and a desire to see that history preserved for future generations. Some are historians, seeking preservation through the written word. Others are reenactors, bringing history to life for others to enjoy. All seek to learn and teach others about the history and heritage of the U.S. Cavalry.




World Wars and Civil War

Buffalo Soldier Sites


Miscellaneous Sites

A free internet-based radio station Saluting our Soldiers and Supporting their Families.
Chinese Bandits Recon LRRP Team 1st Bn (ABN) 8th Cav 1965-66 was awarded two Presidential Unit Citations for extraordinary heroism for their participation in the Battles of the Ia Drang (November 1965) and Nathan Hale (June 1966); conducted the historic FIRST night combat rappel; and DOD/MACV directed long range reconnaissance (LRRP) operations along the northern Cambodia and Southern Laos borders in the spring of 1966…”Laying Down FIRST Tracks in the Central Highlands”. – GetMyMIlitary Site is a FREE service offered to Service Members and their friends & family providing them an opportunity to establish a web presence for their military units as a unique communication tool. An excellent resource for government jobs, up-to-date information on military schools, federal jobs, as well as military loans and military pay at Our online directory of resources and information feature vital information on military education and benefits including the GI Bill, employment opportunities, the latest military job postings, pay charts and salary calculators. Don’t wait any longer, search through our directory for government, federal jobs and civilian employment opportunities today!


  • Suligowsk’s Regiment – “THE LAND OF THE WINGED HORSEMEN”/”SULIGOWSKI’S REGIMENT”, 1st U.S ( First ) Polish Winged Hussar ( officially recognized). Formerly known as: “The Polish Nobility Commonwealth Guild”. The creators of the current American Husaria ‘movement’ & first re-enactors representation of this portrayal, in U.S. History, and are attempting to ‘redress the imbalance in the lack of historical representation of Renaissance/Baroque-Era Poland, specifically the Polish Winged Hussars’.
  • State of NJ Department of Military & Veteran Affairs –

Reenactment Organizations