This item is from a local Estate. It is a 1941 yearbook from the Cavalry Replacement Training Center, 2nd Training Regiment, 3rd & 4th Training Squadrons. Fort Riley, Kansas. Hard Covers, 9" x 12", 92 pages. Lots of black & white training pictures. Most of the yearbook shows pictures and names of the various Trainees. The Cavalry Training Center was started in Oct 1940. 13 weeks of training, then the Troopers were sent to various Cavalry Regiments. The book was presented to the former owner whose name, ASN, and Unit are in ink at the bottom of the certificate page, he was a Medic. The Yearbook contains: HQ & Staff, History of the Training Center, Buildings of the Center, Service Club, The Stables, Mechanized Cavalry, HQ Trp, Band, Horsemanship Dept, Motor Dept, Weapons Dept, and the Staff of each, Third Training Sqd Staff and rosters of Trainees, HQ, Trp A, B, C, & D, Special Training Trp w the former owner was assigned, Fourth Training Sqd Staff and rosters of Trainees, HQ, Trp A, B, C, & D. This is a great history of the training of the U.S. Cavalry early in WWII. This auction also includes a promotion Warrant for the previous owner to Technician Fourth Grade, Office of the Surgeon, HQ Seventh Corps., March 1942 ..... COND: COVERS HAVE WEAR & TEAR ESPECIALLY ON THE CORNERS AND EDGES. BACK COVER HAS SOME WRINKLES. MOST INSIDE PAGES HAVE SPOTS OF STAINS WHICH I PRESUME IS FOXING. NOTE: PLEASE BID ACCORDINGLY, IT IS BEING SOLD AS DESCRIBED, W IS W AS, NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS ON THIS ITEM .... Media Mail shipping within the U.S., only. My payment, refund, shipping, and insurance information, is listed in my auctions, please read ... Have a great day ... Thank You. 82ndrecon ... Note: Foreign sales, I accept only PayPaLThank the Soldier:
It's the Soldier, not the Reporter who gives you the freedom of the press.
It's the Soldier, not the Poet who gives you the freedom of speech.
It's the Soldier, not the Campus organizer who allows you to demonstrate.
It's the Soldier, not the Lawyer who gives you the right to a fair trial
It's the Soldier, who salutes the Flag, serves the Flag, whose coffin is draped with the Flag that allows the protester to burn the Flag!!!
Author Father D.E. O'Brien
Items in the Worthopedia are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.