237th Cavalry Regiment (United States)
Thu, 2018-May-17 00:45 UTC
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The 237th Cavalry Regiment was a United States Army parent cavalry regiment, represented in the Ohio Army National Guard by Troop A, 237th Cavalry, part of the 73rd Infantry Brigade with headquarters at Cincinnati.
The 237th traced its origins back to the tank battalion of the Ohio National Guard, organized in 1949, which soon became an armored cavalry battalion and in 1959 was converted into a reconnaissance squadron. The 237th Cavalry was redesignated as a parent regiment in 1963 and included the 1st Squadron in the 37th Infantry Division, which was broken up in 1968. Troop A, 237th Cavalry was redesignated from a former 1st Squadron unit in 1977. In 1994, it was consolidated with the 2nd Squadron, 107th Cavalry Regiment.
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