Regimental Yearbooks

*********The Yearbook section is under reconstruction. Many of the links do not work. Please bear with us.************

 

 

 

Following is a list of links to numerous yearbooks from the 2d Cavalry Regiment.

TO VIEW EACH BOOK IN ITS ENTIRETY, CLICK ON THE LINKS ABOVE EACH PHOTO
If you have a yearbook that is not listed that you would like to temporarily donate for scanning, or permanently donate to our 2d Cavalry Museum, please contact the WEBMASTER.

1922 – Yearbook

1936 – 100th Anniversary

1941 – Yearbook

1951 – 115th Anniversary

1952 – 116th Anniversary

1953 – 117th Anniversary [COMING SOON]

1954 – 118th Anniversary

1954 – Yearbook

1955 – 119th Anniversary

1956 – 120th Anniversary [COMING SOON]

1961 – 125th Anniversary

1962-63 – Yearbook

1964 – Yearbook

1989-91 – Yearbook

10 Replies to “Regimental Yearbooks”

  1. The 4th Squadron, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Terry L. Tucker, was the divisional cavalry squadron for 3rd Armored Division , taking part of the Battle of Phase Line Bullet . The squadron was inactivated in 1992 with the rest of the 3d Armored Division. In 1996, the squadron was reactivated as a subordinate element of Aviation Brigade, 2d Infantry Division at Camp Pelham, Korea (later renamed Camp Garryowen), using the equipment and personnel of the inactivating 5th Squadron, 17th Cavalry. In 2006, the squadron was reassigned as a subordinate element of the 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 2d Infantry Division , Camp Hovey, Korea.

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  2. Hi, the 1961 book link redirects me to the main blog. Is there another way to view it? (Husband’s grandfather was in Germany with 2ACR from 1957-61 (1st Squadron) and 1967 (2nd Squadron).)

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