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The dress, horses & equipment of infantry & staff officers

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I am looking at the horses used by infantry officers duringin particular those of the New Army. I expected to see that they were using anything they could find but, from the photographs I have, it looks as though they only used bays (or at least single coloured brown) with the odd grey.

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An infantry division of the first wave was organized in three infantry regiments. Each regiment consisted of three battalion. There might also be a horse available for a staff officer/courier, so he could quickly communicate with the brigade commander as needed.

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Appointments of the Staff. Distribution of the Troops. Care of Fortifications. Artillery Practice. Post any type of equipment or field gear, including packs, pistol belts, holsters, etc. and any type of personal gear, like lighters, soap, shaving cream, etc. - This section is named for one of the forum co-founders, the late Craig Pickrall, who passed away on Aug Mounted infantry were infantry who rode horses instead of original dragoons were essentially mounted infantry.

According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, "Mounted rifles are half cavalry, mounted infantry merely specially mobile infantry."Today, with motor vehicles having replaced horses for military transport, the motorized infantry are in some respects successors to mounted.

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Would you like to be a Basic Member. Enter the term you want to find in a message, and press Search. Areas of Interest. The Royal Irish Regiment, as well as the pipers of the Queen's Royal Hussars wear the caubeen.

Not all full-dress uniforms are scarlet; light cavalry regiments (hussars, light dragoons and lancers) and the Royal Artillery have worn blue since the 18th century, while rifle regiments wear green. The Survey of U.S. Army Uniforms, Weapons and Accoutrements is an expanded version of the classes on uniforms, field equipment and small arm given at the Basic Curatorial Methods Training Course held at the U.S.

Army Medical Museum, Fort Sam Houston. I am unfamiliar with the official regulations; in practice it does appear that infantry officers (eastern theater, mid) who were required to be mounted (including generals, field-grade officers and staff officers - but not line officers) furnished their own mounts at private expense, although they were allowed to draw forage from their unit quartermaster.

In the regiment returned to the States, the horses and all the men but about seven non-commissioned officers to each company being transferred to the First Dragoons.

In April Lieutenants Walker and Stuart were sent overland to California with the horses and some of the men transferred. Officers and other ranks. There are two distinct tiers within the British Army’s rank structure - officers and other ranks. Officers are at the top of the hierarchy.

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A-DH/AG, Canadian Armed Forces Dress Instructions, is issued on authority of the Chief of Defence Staff. The short title for this publication shall be CF Dress Instructions. A-DH/AG is effective upon receipt and supersedes all dress policy and rules previously issued as a manual, supplement, order, or instruction, except.

Pair of fancy dress, bullion epaulettes for a staff officer prior to the Civil War. Complete in their japanned tin carrying case. Epaulette upper-surfaces feature gilt ribbed strap with a single row bullion border, brass outer shell, with double row of hanging bullion tassels. Roman military personal equipment was produced in small numbers to established patterns, and it was used in an established manner.

These standard patterns and uses were called the res militaris or regular practice during the Roman Republic and Roman Empire led to military excellence and victory.

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He was a fast walker, an important requisite in a commander's charger, but a disagreeable quality for the staff officers whose horses were kept at a slow trot. After McClellan retired to private life, "Dan" became the family horse at Orange, N.J., where he died at the age of twenty-three.American Indian Wars, Old West and Spanish American (Span-Am) War U.S.

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