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It’s a far cry from the government’s optimism in early December, when the arrival of vaccines was described as the “scientific cavalry” coming to the rescue.

The Army has museums dedicated to the infantry, the cavalry and the artillery.

The latter groups played a supporting role in the battlefield, by forming solid infantry lines or at times doubling up as screening medium cavalry.

To increase the efficiency of the cavalry extensive manœuvres were organised.

Sir John FrenchCecil Chisholm

Infantry, cavalry and artillery crossed the creek and the ridges and formed in a solid line which nothing could resist.

The Scouts of StonewallJoseph A. Altsheler

A regiment of infantry and a battalion of cavalry were put on guard and patrolled the streets to reduce the riotous to order.

From Fort Henry to CorinthManning Ferguson Force

For his whole theory of cavalry tactics is based on the realisation that massive formations are now hopelessly out of date.

Sir John FrenchCecil Chisholm

In this pursuit he took the lead at the head of a detachment of cavalry.

He knew that each body of soldiers was too strong for him to face, and that all had been cavalry before they dismounted.

The Red MustangWilliam O. Stoddard

This was not the ordinary character of a Parthian army, which often comprised four or five times as many infantry as cavalry.

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