History

USCA History

The primary objective of the United States Cavalry Association is to preserve the history and traditions of the U.S. Cavalry service. We accomplish this goal through publications, events, and preservation of artifacts, photographs and written materials associated with the cavalry. The U.S. Cavalry Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization.

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Horsemanship

Horsemanship 
Every U.S. Olympic and National Team horse and rider up through 1948 came from the U.S. Army’s mounted services. Today the U.S. Cavalry Association preserves this fine tradition through sponsorship of the annual National Cavalry Competition and regional competitions around the country. 

 

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Heritage

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 History is made relevant when those alive today feel it is part of their heritage. The U.S. Cavalry Association membership roles include veterans of the cavalry service (both horse and mechanized), current serving soldiers, members of mounted military units, historians, family members of soldiers, and equestrian competitors.

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Membership

Membership 
If you are a cavalry veteran or serving soldier, have a family member who served in the cavalry, are a military historian, equestrian competitor, cavalry reenactor, or just have an interest in preserving the traditions of the U.S. Cavalry we invite to join our membership roles. There are many benefits to membership including publications and our annual events and meetings.

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