G+3, Wednesday, 27 February 1991

KuwaitLibThe weather continued to be dreadful but was less of a factor for the Regiment as it continued its reserve role and the divisions carried the fight to the enemy. A small move to the east, to the 85 Easting, was made in the afternoon to keep the Regiment closed up to 1ID’ s rear boundary. The Cease Fire found the Dragoons preparing to follow the rest of the Corps into Kuwait. All told, the Second Armored Regiment fought 82 hours of a 115 hour war.

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