WELCOME. This web site is produced by the
14th Cavalry Association. Among its objectives is to reflect the history of
a proud Regiment and to promote communication among those of us who
have been privileged to serve in its organic and attached units.
Click on Purpose & Objectives at left for more detailed purpose and objectives
of the Association.
Since 1901, troopers of the 14th Cavalry have fought in Asia, Europe and on the southern border of our homeland. During
the Cold War the 14th Armored Cavalry Regiment stood guard for 23
years at the most critical sector of the Iron Curtain. Beginning in
September 2000, 14th Cavalry RSTA (Reconnaissance, Surveillance, &
Target Acquisition) squadrons returned to active service. From a
high of four squadrons, the two remaining squadrons are home-based
at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (formerly Fort Lewis), WA and Schofield Barracks, HI.
The 1st Squadron deployed to Northern Iraq in 2003. The mission
was assumed by the 2nd Squadron in October 2004 and, in turn, by the
4th Squadron in September 2005. The 1st Squadron returned to Iraq in
August 2006 and the 4th Squadron's tour was extended. Our 2nd
Squadron was reflagged as a squadron of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in June 2006. Upon
finally returning from Iraq our 4th Squadron was reflagged as 5th
Squadron 1st Cavalry. The 1st Squadron returned from their second
tour to Fort Lewis in September 2007. Our newest addition, the 5th Squadron was activated
at Schofield Barracks, HI on 13 October 2005
and was redesignated as our 2nd Squadron in December 2006. The 2nd
Squadron returned from Iraq by April 2009 and redeployed for its
second Iraqi tour in August 2010, returning in the summer of 2011. Our 1st Squadron returned from deployment to Afghanistan in December 2012.
We honor the troopers who served with the:
And, those who have served, or are now serving, with the
14th Cavalry Squadrons of Stryker Brigade Combat
Teams, especially veterans of
combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
- 14th Cavalry Regiment (Horse) in the period
1901 to 1943 with campaigns in the Philippines and on the
- 14th Cavalry Group, 14th Tank Battalion and 711th Tank Battalion in Europe and the Pacific during World War II.
- 14th Constabulary Regiment in the occupation
of Germany following WW II.
- 14th Armored Cavalry Regiment at the Fulda
Gap in Germany during the first 23 years of the Cold War.
You are invited to begin exploring this website by clicking on
the introduction menu item above to read of the actions that were
taken in 2001 to form the 14th Cavalry Association..Be sure and visit
sections devoted to each formation of the Regiment, beginning with
the 14th Cavalry squadrons now in service and concluding with the Regiment
of Horse that was formed in 1901. The section for the 14th Armored
Cavalry Regiment includes its bulletin board, history and an annex
dedicated to each of its squadrons. Return to these pages from time
to time to keep up to date with additions and changes made to
improve your regiment's website and, especially, to Remember
and Honor our fallen troopers. Link