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  • the winter of 1861-62 the artillery of the Army of the Potomac was thoroughly organized by Gen. W. F. Barry, and when the Army started for the Peninsula, the armament of each battery was uniform. In 1864 the horse batteries
  • the new regiments should be confined to the Army. The disagreement between the executive and the senate in this case lasted through three administrations, and was finally settled in 1832 by the nomination and confirmation of
  • so far as to 314 threaten to raise an Army of State troops and drive the Federal troops from the State. This, however, was not done, and the Federal and State forces did not come to blows. These events show the extent to
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  • * * be credited to this regiment on the next Army Register, so that its record, or so much of it as is permitted in the Army Register, may be in a measure correct and complete. In the following battles the Sixth Cavalry fought
  • formed part of the advanced guard of the Army of the Potomac, and was engaged May 9, 1862, in the action at Slatersville under General Stoneman, where Sanders again distinguished himself by repeatedly charging superior forces
  • in getting to the rear of the Federal Army with a considerable force of cavalry, the Sixth was ordered in pursuit with part of the Fifth. Some active reconnoissance work took place, and Stuart's rear guard was found on the
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  • Diego. By the end of July 1950, the 8th Army was about to get kicked off the Korean peninsula. Gen. Walton Walker, commanding general of the 8th Army, was begging for all the help he could get, but they couldn’t hold the
  • Walker, commanding general of the 8th Army, was begging for all the help he could get, but they couldn’t hold the North Korean Army back. The Marine Brigade landed at Pusan on August 2nd and went into combat on August 7th.
  • couldn’t hold the North Korean Army back. The Marine Brigade landed at Pusan on August 2nd and went into combat on August 7th. Between August 7th and September 6th, the Brigade stopped the North Korean Army cold, defeated
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  • private in Troop I, 9th Cavalry, of the Regular Army. He then served as corporal and squadron sergeant major, and on February 2, 1901, he was commissioned a second lieutenant of Cavalry in the Regular Army. PROMOTIONS He was
  • a second lieutenant of Cavalry in the Regular Army. PROMOTIONS He was promoted to first lieutenant on March 30, 1905; to captain on December 24, 1915; to major (temporary) on August 5, 1917; and to lieutenant colonel (temporary)
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  • providing support to the Army Staff and the Army's senior leadership. All visitors are advised to write or call the Center of Military History prior to visiting Collins
  • editors, and archivists. The Army Art Collection is located in a separate building on 14th Street, Northwest in DC. Location:
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  • have recd. your dispatch of this date. The Army which I have the honor to command have used every exertion to afford relief to the wounded of your Army, even at the constant risque of their lives, your men, never intermitting their fire
  • exertion to afford relief to the wounded of your Army, even at the constant risque of their lives, your men, never intermitting their fire during such exertions. Note: by Andrew Jackson, Major General, Commander Seventh Military District
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  • three initials.  Mr. Hale was still in the army in 1900 at Ft. Wingate, New Mexico, listed in the 9th U.S. Cavalry, H Troop.  By 1920 he had married a woman named Clara and lived in Kansas City, Missouri.  He is listed as a veteran of the
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  • Change in Status of Units Army Regulation 220-20: Army Status of Resources and Training System (ASORTS)-Basic Identity Data Elements (BIDE) Army Regulation 600-82: The U.S. Army Regimental System
  • The U.S. Army in the 1890s Point Paper covering Army Organization in the late 19th Century The U.S. Constabulary in Post-War Germany (1946-52)
  • 1890s Point Paper covering Army Organization in the late 19th Century The U.S. Constabulary in Post-War Germany (1946-52) Point Paper on the Structure of the U.S. Constabulary
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  • to suffer from the retrencher's axe was the army. 630 The army had no votes. The army had little patronage to swell the politician's constituency. The army at the present moment was needed only to keep off the savages of
  • in the minds of our legislators a standing army of moderate strength seemed to be a national necessity. The want of an efficient military force in 1861 resulted in the sacrifice of thousands of lives, millions of treasure, and
  • as a basis for the organization of a large army;—a body of trained though maimed soldiers, who could perform all the necessary military duties in the rear, allowing the use of the entire active army at the scene of action.
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