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As a young man, Ted Royce was a member of the Canadian Militia, first in Cavalry and, later, in the Royal Canadian Artillery.
Now, the helicopter from the 1st Cavalry, which is coming over to take over from the 1st Armored Division in perhaps one of the most critical times here, regarding that helicopter, military sources tell us that it appears to have been shot down by a surface-to-air missile.
Coke formed his Infantry along the bank of the canal, and sent a mounted officer to recall the Cavalry and Artillery.
Forty-one years in India From Subaltern To Commander-In-Chief
Ten days since this uttermost corner of England had stirred to the strange music of men making ready for battle: bugle-calling Cavalry in the new barracks in Eastbourne on the hill; thundering Artillery in the Circular Redoubt at Langney Point; Sea-Fencibles in the martello - towers along Pevensey Levels.
The Knights, being mounted men, were called the "Chivalry," the old word for "Cavalry" -- from the Latin "_cavallus_" and the French
Young Knights of the Empire : Their Code, and Further Scout Yarns
These patrols will derive their best support from a tactical victory obtained over the enemy's Cavalry, which is manoeuvring in their rear.
To this was added, in a separate parcel, a little reserve, called the Cavalry Debt, of one hundred and sixty thousand pounds, at the same interest.
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 03 (of 12)
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"Cavalry" and "mechanised" brigades followed this pattern, but with the proportion of tanks to mounted horsemen and truck-borne infantry reversed, and often, owing to the shortage of armour, with the tank component left out altogether.
Question from Lieut. - Col. Booker -- Did you see the Fenian reserves advancing after the cry of "Cavalry '"?
Troublous Times in Canada A History of the Fenian Raids of 1866 and 1870
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