Talk:6th Cavalry Regiment

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6-6 CAV[edit]

Prior to becoming an OH-58D squadron at Fort Drum, 6th Squadron was an AH-64D Squadron in Germany. I ran across them at LSA Anaconda in Iraq, late 2003, despite globalsecurity.org's questioning of their deployment to Kuwait.[1] (Born2flie 04:57, 21 November 2006 (UTC))


Civil War Combat Action[edit]

This is a little long for the article and confusing because it does not mention campaigns they were part of. Jrcrin001 (talk) 22:41, 3 August 2009 (UTC)

The source is: Rodenbough, Theophilus Francis, Bvt. Brigadier General, retired & Haskin, William L., Major, retired, The Army of the United States - Historical Sketches of Staff and Line with Portraits of Generals-in-Chief, published by Maynard, Merrill, & Co., 1896, New York. See section: Sixth Regiment of Cavalry by Captain William H. Carter, 6th U.S. Cavalry. This is part of the U.S. Army Center of Military History online.

1862. Williamsburg, May 4., Slatersville, May 9. New Kent C. H., May 11. New Bridge, May 20. Mechanicsville, May 24. Hanover C. H., May 27. Ashland, June 16. Black Creek, June 26. Charlestown, September 28. Hillsboro, September 29. Waterford, October 1. Charlestown, October 8. Philamont, November 1. Uniontown, November 2. Upperville, November 3. Barber's Cross Roads, Nov. 5. Malvern Hill, August 5. Falls Church, September 5. Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md., Sept. 13. AmosviIle, November 7 and 8. Sulphur Springs, November 17. Fredericksburg, December 12. Petersville, Md., Sept. 15.

1863. Beverly Ford, June 9. Benton's Mill, June 17. Middleburg, June 21. Upperville, June 21. Fairfield (Gettysburg), Pa., July 3. Williamsport, Md., July 6. Funkstown, Md., July 7. Boonesboro, Md., July 8 and 9. Funkstown, Md., July 7. Brandy Station, September 13. Culpeper, October 11. Brandy Station, October 11. Robertson's Tavern, Nov. 27. Mine Run, November 28 and 29.

1864. Wilderness, May 5 and 6. Todd's Tavern, May 7. Spottsylvania C. H., May 9. Yellow Tavern, May 11. Meadow Bridge, May 12. Salem Church, May 28. Old Church, May 30. Trevillian Station, June 11-12. Dabney's Mill, June 29. Deep Bottom, August 1. Berryville, August 16. Winchester, September 19. Fisher's Hill, September 20. Cedar Creek, October 19.

1865. Five Forks, March 30. Dinwiddie C. H., March 31. Five Forks, April 1. Sailor's Creek, April 6. Appomatox Station, April 8. Clover Hill, April 9.