War: Crazy Horse Rides Again

Few men now with the U.S. ist Cavalry Division were in the outfit when it sadly traded its horses for trucks and tanks eight years ago. But today's troopers, though most of them have never straddled a horse, still cherish traditions of the days of boots & saddles and of dashing General George Custer,* who once commanded the division's famed 7th Cavalry Regiment.

"Someone Woke Me." Last week the past seemed to rise up and haunt the cavalrymen. On its way to bolster up crumbling R.O.K. forces in northwest Korea, the division's 8th Regiment...

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