Philippine Insurrection 1910-1912

Return to the Philippines

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. In the year 1909, the regiment continued on similar duty. The regimental schools at this time included: (a) School for enlisted men, (b) troop schools for noncommissioned …

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Heroes Among Their Peers

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 second and third squadrons were employed much of the time in keeping the roads open to interior stations around Lake Lamao. While on this duty February …

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Mindanao

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. In November, 1910, Troop C, under Captain J. M. Burroughs, and some friendly Moros were sent from Augur Barracks, Jolo, where the headquarters, machine-gun platoon, and the …

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