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  3. The 124th and 112th cavalry regiment blokes wore them as did the dismounted 1st Cavalry Division regiments. These units all operated as dismounted in combat.
  4. http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attachments/polish-armed-forces-west-polskie-si-y-zbrojne-na-zachodzie-1939-1947/183573d1299181169-polish-para-uniform-id-gren-comp.jpg https://www.soc.mil/ARSOF_History/articles/v11n1_skokoski_page_1.html
  5. Australian film Danger Close coming soon too.
  6. 7766th horse troop in Germany had these as TO and E requirement but photos suggest they never wore them.
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  8. horse and mules carried on with the US army through ww2 and into the 1950s
  9. I am building a bootleg of this pouch. If anyone could post some measurements it would be very handy. Thanks Sam
  10. Great photo, its interesting to note that these mounted leggings had been superseded by 2 different riding boots, these would have been out of place on horse troops at this period too. Other horse equipment on display is rifle scabbards and possibly a water bottle pouch latched to the scabbard.
  11. At about the 2 minute mark you can see the 10th recon troop sporting ski caps with mounted service dress.
  12. https://www.facebook.com/groups/761950567256955/ More here about the 124th
  13. http://wwii-army.mooseroots.com/l/2130694/Robert-S-Musser
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