The 'Nighthawk Rangers' of the 17th Virginia Cavalry lost their banner after the Battle of Monocacy
- The Crusaders' 'Fighting March' Revisited. Bennett, M. // War in History;Jan2001, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
The â€˜fighting marchâ€™ was first defined and explored by the great Crusades historian R.C. Smail. The history of the tactic is a long one, dating back to classical times, and the Byzantine armies possessed tactical pamphlets instructing their gnerals how to manage them. These texts...
- JULY, 1863. // The Citizen-Soldier: Or, Memoirs of a Volunteer;3/ 1/2008, p113
The article highlights the travel of the brigade with battalion of cavalry attached to the direction of Winchester, Tennessee in July 1863. The author relates that three deserters warned them that the rebels have evacuated in Tullahoma, and were in full retreat. He expresses that they were...
- Old Dominion Brigade. Blumberg, Arnold // America's Civil War;Jul2004, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p22
The story of the Old Dominion Brigade of Virginia begins on April 17, 1861 when Virginia seceded from the Union. By July thousands of Virginian volunteers had been organized into infantry, cavalry and artillery units accepted for service by the new Confederate States of America government....
- THE IBCT RECONNAISSANCE SQUADRON FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS. FLOOD, BRIAN K.; HAYES, JAMES A.; COOK, FORREST V. // Infantry;Apr/May2011, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p29
The article presents the third part in a series about the U.S. Infantry brigade combat team (IBCT) reconnaissance squadron in full spectrum operations (FSO). It offers recommendations for organizing, manning and equipping the IBCT reconnaissance squadron for FSO. It highlights the experience of...
- Researching the British Army Abroad. Storey, Ed // Family Chronicle;Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p48
The article examines the structure of British Army records and other sources in order to gain information on military ancestors. According to the author, the three primary types of fighting forces in the army are infantry, cavalry and artillery. Information about Honourable East India Company...
- The Light Horse Takes Beersheba. SOODALTER, RON // Military History;Jan2014, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p62
The article informs that in 1917 Australians made one of the last-and most successful-cavalry charges of World War. About, 800 Australian mounted infantry of the 4th Light Horse Brigade looked from the crest of a ridge across four miles of open, gently sloping ground at the fortified town. The...
- Infantry Soldier (Book review). Alperstein,, David // Library Journal;5/15/2000, Vol. 125 Issue 9, p108
Reviews the book 'Infantry Soldier: Holding the Line at the Battle of the Bulge,' by George W. Neill.
- forecasts: Nonfiction. // Publishers Weekly;5/29/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 22, p67
Reviews the book `Infantry Soldier: Holding the Line at the Battle of the Bulge,' by George W. Neill.
- Unrivalled limited edition. // Medal News;May2015, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p43
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