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DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – NOVEMBER 2011 4.8 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – MARCH 2012 3.98 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – JULY 2012 7.1 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – SEPTEMBER 2013 4.3 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – OCTOBER 2013 3.6 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – NOVEMBER 2013 3.7 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – DECEMBER 2013 3.5 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – JANUARY 2014 3.8 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – APRIL 2014 3.9 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – MAY 2014 3.4 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – OCTOBER 2014 3.5 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – JUNE 2015 7.1 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

DRAGOON NEWSLETTER – DECEMBER 2015 1 megabyte PDF file. May take several minutes to download, depending on your connection type.

3 comments

  1. Have tried to reach your Association via email addresses on your site and the emails return as non functioning addresses.. adjutant@secondcavalry.com and david.gettman@secondcavalry.com. Do you have a current functioning email address that you can share?

  2. Hi there!

    This is a good post The 2d Cavalry Assn News Center » Dragoon Newsletter. It seems online writing had far surpassed print news. Even proffesional journalists can’t make it up to what the web writers can provide in terms of informativeness, and conciseness. Reading news online has completely replaced newspaper news for me.

    Best,
    Hochberg Featherston

  3. “Not only was the rescue of the Lipizzaners a success, but the Regiment also secured the surrender of the 11th Panzer Division. This ended the wartime relationship between the 11th Panzers and the Second Dragoons and began the peacetime relationship that continues to this day.” is a quote from the 2nd Cav Association newsletter.

    Can you tell me where there is information on the former 2nd Cav and 11 Panzer joint reunions, or has that tradition ended with the deactivation of the 64th Pz Bttn in 2008? I noticed an article in Vol 14 Issue 17 Page 56 it is meantioned.

    “Chris Golden, Ryan Meyer and John Walker, following the Regimental Changeof Command on July 15, visit the small German town of Kotzting. Chris wrote: “For those of you who are not up on your 2d Cav history, Kotzting is the town that was the focal point of passage for the Lipizzaner rescue.Turns out it is also the repository of much of the 11th Panzer Division history as well”.Tacoma Dave Gettman commented: “On July 1, 1945, 2d Cavalry Group headquarters was moved to Kotzting where Troop B, 2d Squadron was already guarding the 11th Panzer Division. 42d Squadron and remained there for several months after the war.” The reunions are also discussed in the book “Ghost Division” by A. Harding Ganz.

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