U.S. Army Cavalry Scout
Example Display Recognition:
Actual Size: 8 1/2 x 11
You have four display types to choose from:
Black & White (No Color)
Heavy Bond Enclosure
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Colors: Regal, Black, Navy
Trimmed in Appearance Gold
Ready for Mantle or Shelf Display
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You must NOT submit a military issued document or photocopy that:
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Please complete and MAIL this APPLICATION FORM.
Don't forget to include an unaltered COPY of your DD-214, WD AGO 53-55 or other pre-arranged document(s).
U.S. Army Cavalry Scout Display Recognition Inquiry
U.S. Army Cavalry Scout
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Collar Insignia: Two crossed sabers in scabbards, cutting edge up, 11/16 inch in height, of gold color metal.
The Cavalry insignia was adopted in 1851. Officers and enlisted personnel assigned to Cavalry regiments, Cavalry squadrons or separate Cavalry troops are authorized to wear the Cavalry collar insignia in lieu of their insignia of branch when approved by the MACOM commander. Some of the armor and aviation units are designated Cavalry units.
Branch Plaque: The plaque design has the Cavalry insignia and rim in gold. The background is white and the letters are scarlet.
Regimental Insignia: Personnel assigned to Cavalry units affiliate with a specific regiment of their branch or Cavalry unit and wear the insignia of the affiliated regiment.
Regimental Coat of Arms: Each Cavalry regiment has its own coat of arms that is displayed on the breast of a displayed eagle. The background of all Cavalry flags is yellow.
Colors: Although Cavalry is not a branch, yellow is used as a branch color for personnel assigned to Cavalry units. In March 1855, two regiments of Cavalry were created and their trimmings were to be "yellow." In 1861, the designation of dragoon and mounted rifleman disappeared, all becoming Cavalry with "yellow" as their colors. Yellow was continued as the color for Cavalry units subsequent to abolishment as a branch. Although the regimental flags for Cavalry units are yellow, the troop guidons are red and white without an insignia on the guidon.