Talk:150th Cavalry Regiment

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Moving the page[edit]

It is standard practice when dealing with US Army units, particularly combat arms units, to list them by regiment (if applicable) and then list each individual battalion on the same page. Take, for example, the 113th Field Artillery Regiment (United States) page that I helped to create. Each individual battalion is sub-listed on the page. It is also proper to put a (United States) tag at the end of the page name in order to avoid confusion with units in other countries. I'm going to move this page to 150th Cavalry Regiment (United States) in order to keep it in line with Wikipedia standard naming practices.