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Orders of Battle Orders-of-battle, TO&E's, and related information on who fought where and what they brought to the battle.

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Old 26 Apr 09, 15:15
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Us Inf Div - Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop, 1942

Just wondered whether anyone might have a copy of the actual T/O&E for this particular unit, and would consider a trade/barter for it (presuming I could reciprocate!)? The full title, ref number should be -

Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop, as assigned to an Infantry Division, 1 April 1942, Table of Organization 2-67.

I've got a summary of personnel, weapons and vehicles, and by cross referencing against another source I can work the look of the unit, but if possible I'd like to get a copy of the actual T/O to remove the guesswork!


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Cavalry Sqdn TO&E 1940's

Check out the Mechanized Cavalry in WWII web site
http://louisdimarco.com/. Colonel DiMarco is an instructor at the CGS School and wrote his master's paper on mech cav.
You could also check out the book "Steeds of Steel". Recently out in 2009 about the mech cavalry in the war.

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Cavalry Scouts in WW II

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If you want an autobiography of a real Cavalry Scout in World War II, get Fred Salter's Recon Scout, now out in paperback. His writing puts you right in his shoes, even to crap in his pants, as he guts Germans and confiscates Swiss watches. He has some pithy comments about Generals.
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