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CAVALRY AND OTHER MOUNTED FORCES. S. CAVALRY AN POTHER MOUNTED FORCES. 1845-1942 * M i 5 Above: This side \iew of a trumpeter shows the double Vtinch yellow leg stripes which were authorized in 1883 but sanction prior to that date. He wearing the 1885-pattern coat and 1881-pattern helmet. This uniform remained regulation until 1903. (NA) often worn without official is Opposite page: This Second Cavalry bandsman at Fort New Mexico Territory, has put aside his helmet for uniform include a busby. Other alterations to the regulation Wingate, the lyre belt buckle, the trefoil on his cuffs, and the triple with shoulder knots in row of buttons.
His M-inch leg stripes are those of a corporal, Bouck's the 1-inch for sergeants, of yellow facing material. Both men are wearing the both M1884 boots and the 1884-pattern gauntlets which saw fairly widespread distribution soon after being introduced. By the mid- 1880s the campaign outfit had it had been in the previous decade. (NA) become more uniform than Left: Troop 'C Third Cavalry NCOs and privates decided that their sabers would add a fine touch to this 1886-7 posed photograph taken among the rocks near their garrison.
The drum major, seated is left of center, wearing 1901- pattern chevrons with crossed buttons. S. Mi- Above: Besides the 1895-pattern forage cap the Sixth Cavalry band at Fort Riley, Kansas had the canvas saddle cloth that began to replace saddle blankets by the 1890s. This image dates from 1900. (UK) Right: Second Lieutenant Allen Keyes and lady sat for their photograph in 1901, the his same year that Keyes' officers' white blouse with shoulder loops and insignia was prescribed. He is wearing the gold crossed saber insignia of the Fourteenth Cavalry, stand-up white mohair officers' on each side of the The 1895-pattern collar.