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The Thoroughbred – Back Issues

Below are the archived copies of the The Thoroughbred (The Association’s Newsletter) in PDF form. The Thoroughbred Issue #1 March 1958 Mar58Tbred The Thoroughbred December 2002 Dec02Tbred The Thoroughbred November 2003 Nov03Tbred The Thoroughbred July 2004 Jul04Tbred The Thoroughbred May 2005 May05Tbred The Thoroughbred October 2005 Oct05Tbred The Thoroughbred May 2006 May06Tbred The Thoroughbred November 2006 Nov06Tbred The Thoroughbred May 2007 May07Tbred The Thoroughbred May

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Fox Troop Guidon in East German Tower 2014

The NATO Frontier Border with the Warsaw Pact from 1948 to 1990

Note from Author – This is a copy of a post I wrote for my personal website (Battlefield Biker). I thought some Cold War Dragoons might like to see it and correct any details I may have made. Introduction I haven’t often written about my own military experience on this site, but I thought I might

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23 Jan – 10 Feb 2017 Current History

Commander’s Comments We’ve had a busy couple of weeks between the Regimental Troop Validation Exercise (VALEX) and Squadron-level validation exercises.  This week and last, Troops from Scott Cheney’s 3d Squadron and Steve Gventer’s 2d Squadron each conducted a live fire exercise at Grafenwoehr Training Area followed by a tactical road march into a defense in

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SEMINOLE WAR

From: ONE HUNDRED YEARS WITH THE SECOND CAVALRY By Joseph I. Lambert, Major, Second Cavalry Copyright 1939 Commanding Officer, Second Cavalry, Fort Riley, Kansas Capper Printing Company, Inc. Even before the arrival of the Regiment for its first assignment, the men who became Company D had their first encounter near Micanopy, Florida on 10 June

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MICANOPY

From: ONE HUNDRED YEARS WITH THE SECOND CAVALRY By Joseph I. Lambert, Major, Second Cavalry Copyright 1939 Commanding Officer, Second Cavalry, Fort Riley, Kansas Capper Printing Company, Inc. The first baptism of fire for the regiment occurred at Micanopy, Florida, on June 10, 1836. Company D, under Lieutenant Wheelock, First Dragoons, was stationed at the

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