United States Cavalry

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United States Cavalry

United States Cavalry.png

Move in on em and kill 'em! (official)
For the Love of Beer! (unofficial)

General Information
Founded June 30, 2010
Disbanded February 22, 2011
Country Flag-USA.png USA
Region Florida
Colors Crimson, White, & Gold
Total Soldiers Between 80 and 130 when operational.
Part of United States Military

The United States Cavalry was formed on June 30, 2010, by the senior officers of Army Group East and approved by the Joint Chiefs of Staff in an effort to differentiate the two Army branches resulting from the Army Group East and West split on February 12, 2010, from the United States Army.

The Cavalry was one of the main fighting forces of the United States Military, representing one of the highest general mobile infantry units, right below the elite combat branches like the United States Marine Corps and the United States Airborne. It was disbanded on February 22, 2011, and the Cavalry troopers were reassigned to the United States Army.


The senior officers of Army Group East planned a rebranding of the military branch[1], which was proposed and approved on June 16, 2010. The branch was to go by the United States Cavalry beginning June 30, 2010. The rebranding resulted in the cease of function for the 2nd, 4th, and 10th Infantry Divisions and replaced with 1st, 3rd, and 11th Cavalry Regiments.

Past Generals and Command Staff

Commanding General Executive Officer Deputy Executive Officer Command Sergeant Major Length of Service
Gannonus Mainegreen Ralph Ericson None June 30, 2010 - July 7, 2010
Ralph Ericson Mainegreen Bloomfield July 7, 2010 - August 19, 2010
Ralph Ericson Ethix August 19, 2010 - October 12, 2010
None October 12, 2010 - October 15, 2010
DeyoZero October 15, 2010 - November 8, 2010
DeyoZero Ethix November 8, 2010 - December 12, 2010
Vacant December 12, 2010 - January 15, 2011
Avruch Vacant January 15, 2011 - February 20, 2011
Ralph Ericson Vacant Vacant Vacant February 20, 2011 - February 21, 2011

Structure of the Cavalry

First Cavalry Regiment

1st Cavalry Regiment Logo.png

The First Cavalry Regiment draws its origins from the 2nd (US) Infantry Division. It has been led by Azzhole, Mekajiki and Kirras.

Third Cavalry Regiment

3rd Cavalry Regiment Logo.png

The 4th (US) Infantry Division, U.S. Army Group East, was renamed the 3rd Cavalry Regiment. It was last under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Firo Prochainezo and his XO Captain Scheisskopf.

Eleventh Cavalry Regiment

11th Cavalry Regiment Logo.png

The 11th Armoured Regiment, which draws its origins from the 10th (US) Mountain Division, is was lastly under the command of COL Avruch.

eUS Rangers

Main article: United States Rangers
The eUS Rangers is the elite deployment unit representing United States Cavalry.

The Ranger Division was last under the command of Avruch and his XO Bishop M. It was deactivated on October 15, 2010, for lack of mission and personnel. The Ranger Division Motto was "Rangers lead the way".

Military Ranks and Positions of the United States Cavalry


Pay Grade E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 E-5 E-6 E-7 E-8
Rank Insignia - United States - Private.svg Insignia - United States - Private First Class.png Insignia - United States - Specialist.png Insignia - United States - Corporal.svg Insignia - United States - Sergeant.svg Insignia - United States - Staff Sergeant.png Insignia - United States - First Sergeant.svg Insignia - United States - Sergeant Major.svg
Private Private First Class Specialist Corporal Sergeant Staff Sergeant First Sergeant Sergeant Major
Cavalry Staff Positions - - - - - - - -
Cavalry Command Positions RECBN Grad Experienced platoon soldier Veteran platoon soldier Senior platoon soldier New platoon XO/Drill Instructor/Ranger Experienced platoon XO/Drill Instructor Veteran platoon XO/Drill Instructor Senior platoon XO/Drill Instructor

Junior Officers

Pay Grade E-9 W-1 W-2 W-3 W-4 W-5 O-1 O-2
Abbreviation CSM WO1 CW2 CW3 CW4 CW5 2LT 1LT
Rank Insignia - United States - Command Sergeant Major.png Insignia - United States - Warrant Officer 1.png Insignia - United States - Warrant Officer 2.png Insignia - United States - Warrant Officer 3.png Insignia - United States - Warrant Officer 4.png Insignia - United States - Warrant Officer 5.png Insignia - United States - Second Lieutenant.svg Insignia - United States - First Lieutenant.svg
Command Segeant Major Warrant Officer 1 Chief Warrant Officer 2 Chief Warrant Officer 3 Chief Warrant Officer 4 Chief Warrant Officer 5 2nd Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant
Cavalry Staff Positions Division Staff Member New Assistant Staff Member Assistant Staff Member Experienced Assistant Staff Member Veteran Assistant Staff Member Senior Assistant Staff Member - Public Affairs Officer
Cavalry Command Positions - - - - - - New platoon CO/Section Assistant Veteran platoon CO/Section Assistant

Senior Officers

Pay Grade O-3 O-4 O-5 O-6 O-7 O-8 O-9 O-10
Rank Insignia - United States - Captain.svg Insignia - United States - Major.svg Insignia - United States - Lieutenant Colonel.svg Insignia - United States - Colonel.svg Insignia - United States - Brigadier General.svg Insignia - United States - Major General.svg Insignia - United States - Lieutenant General.svg Insignia - United States - General.svg
Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General
Cavalry Staff Positions Quartermaster General - - - - - - -
Cavalry Command Positions New Regiment XO/Section Assistant Veteran Regiment XO/Section Commander New Regiment CO/Section Commander Veteran Regiment CO/Section Commander - Deputy Executive Officer of the Cavalry Executive Officer of the Cavalry Commanding General of the Cavalry

Military Decorations and Awards of the United States Cavalry

Cavalry Tabs

Ranger Tab.png Scout Tab.png Honor Scout Tab.png
Ranger Tab, wearable by all personnel who operated within the United States Rangers. Scout Tab, for those who graduated from the United States Cavalry RECBN, and right, Honor Scout Tab.

Notable Cavalry "Alumni"

See Also



The United States Cavalry was always looking for fun, active men and women to join their ranks. The following were final enlistment requirements:

  • 200 influence on a one-hit barehanded kill.

Cavalry Enlistment Form (GoogleDocs Fillable Form)

Requirements under other Versions:


  • Military Skill level 9 (Nemesis) in one skill.
  • Charge Damage Rank: Icon rank General.png General
  • Completion of Training Corps preferred but not required.
  • High level of daily communications on both forums and IRC.