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Cavalry are soldiers who fight while mounted on horses.
Cavalry may also refer to:
- Cavalry (1936 American film), a 1936 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury
- Cavalry (1936 Italian film), a 1936 Italian film starring Amadeo Nazzari
- Cavalry: Its History and Tactics, an 1860 book by Lewis Edward Nolan
- Cavalry: Its History, Management, and Uses in War, an 1863 book by Jean Roemer
- Cavalry (comics), a Marvel comics superhero team
- The Cavalry, the nickname of character Melinda May in the television series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- In modern usage, the term ''cavalry'' is popularly applied to a person or persons who serve the role of last-minute savior or back-up. Upon this particular person or persons' arrival, it is usually exclaimed that: ''The Cavalry has arrived!''.
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