In 1976 a group of Cavalrymen met to determine the status of efforts to preserve the history, traditions, artifacts, and literature of the U.S. Cavalry. The outcome of that meeting was the formation of The United States Cavalry Association.
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.
History. Heritage. Horsemanship. Membership.
The United States Cavalry Association is dedicated to preserving the history, heritage and horsemanship of the cavalry. You can help by becoming a member, making a contribution or purchasing items from our online store. Membership is open to anyone—military or civilian—with an interest in the cavalry.
Today. the Association preserves the rich and colorful history of the cavalry through:
The U.S. Cavalry Memorial Research LIbrary at Fort Reno in El Reno, Oklahoma. The literature, documents, photographs and artifacts in the library are available to the public to support historical research.
Loan of artifacts in support of other museums throughout the country.
Sponsorship of the annual National Cavalry Competition, an event showcasing the cavalry skills of both military and civilian equestrians.
Publication of the Cavalry Journal history magazine and Crossed Sabers member newsletter.
Sale of books, videos, memorabilia and apparel through the Sutler's Store.
The U.S. Cavalry Association website, a source of historical data, membership information, upcoming events, and access to the Sutler's Store. Vist us at www.uscavalry.org
To all of you, from all of us at the U.S. Cavalry Association - Thank you for your support!
U.S. Cavalry Association Board of Directors