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Army - 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (U.S.)

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[Army - 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Organizational Color] by Tom Gregg, 14 January 1999

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The Organizational Color of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. Like the colors of armor regiments and battalions, those for cavalry regiments and squadrons have a yellow field and fringe with scarlet inscriptions and scroll outlines. Squadrons of cavalry regiments have identical colors with the addition of a squadron numeral in the upper fly.

The 11th Armored Cav is a Regular Army unit. It is a separate brigade-sized formation with its own artillery, aviation and support units. These full armored cavalry regiments are attached to corps headquarters; separate armored cavalry squadrons form the recon/scout elements of armored and mechanized infantry divisions.

Tom Gregg, 14 January 1999

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