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29th May '15 7:14:31 PM Gregzilla
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The Seventh Cavalry Regiment was one of the major military forces deployed by the U.S. in the Wild West. As soldiers of the U.S. army, their enemy was often the Indians, as they were in RealLife. It was the unfortunate regiment to be beaten in the Battle of Little Bighorn and responsible for the Wounded Knee Massacre.

They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days. When Indians are involved, they are seen as organized thugs who make the lives of the Indians miserable. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some twisted form of martial law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenant of the regiment who is more often than not a CavalryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consisting mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.

It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''. The Army ROTC unit at the [[MilitaryAcademy New Mexico Military Institute]] wears the unit crest of the 7th Cavalry Regiment.

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The Seventh Cavalry Regiment was one of the major military forces deployed by the U.S. in the Wild West. As soldiers of the U.S. army, their enemy was often the Indians, as they were in RealLife. It was the unfortunate regiment to be beaten in the Battle of Little Bighorn and responsible for the Wounded Knee Massacre.

They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days. When Indians are involved, they are seen as organized thugs who make the lives of the Indians miserable. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some twisted form of martial law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenant of the regiment who is more often than not a CavalryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consisting mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.

It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''. The Army ROTC unit at the [[MilitaryAcademy New Mexico Military Institute]] wears the unit crest of the 7th Cavalry Regiment.

[[BattleCry GARRYOWEN!]]
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15th Apr '14 1:12:10 AM hagagaga
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It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''. The Army ROTC unit at the [[MilitaryAcademy New Mexico Military Institute]] wears the unit crest of the 7th Cavalry Regiment.

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It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''. The Army ROTC unit at the [[MilitaryAcademy New Mexico Military Institute]] wears the unit crest of the 7th Cavalry Regiment.Regiment.

[[BattleCry GARRYOWEN!]]
25th Dec '12 9:01:22 PM hagagaga
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It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''.

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It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''. The Army ROTC unit at the [[MilitaryAcademy New Mexico Military Institute]] wears the unit crest of the 7th Cavalry Regiment.
9th Jul '11 8:14:50 PM gyrbot
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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days. When Indians are involved, they are seen as organized thugs who make the lives of the Indians miserable. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some twisted form of martial law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenant of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consisting mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.

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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days. When Indians are involved, they are seen as organized thugs who make the lives of the Indians miserable. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some twisted form of martial law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenant of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, CavalryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consisting mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.
25th Apr '11 2:18:50 PM Yaron
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The Seventh Cavalry Regiment was one of the major military forces deployed by the U.S. in the Wild West. As soldiers of the U.S. army, their enemy was often the Indians as they in RealLife. It was the unfortunate regiment to be beaten in the Battle of Little Bighorn and responsible for the Wounded Knee Massacre.

They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.

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The Seventh Cavalry Regiment was one of the major military forces deployed by the U.S. in the Wild West. As soldiers of the U.S. army, their enemy was often the Indians Indians, as they were in RealLife. It was the unfortunate regiment to be beaten in the Battle of Little Bighorn and responsible for the Wounded Knee Massacre.

They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days, when days. When Indians are involved involved, they are seen as organized thugs who makes make the lives of the Indians. Indians miserable. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law martial law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants Lieutenant of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist consisting mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.
20th Apr '11 3:20:00 PM Specialist290
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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.

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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light these days, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.characters.

It should be noted that the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventh_Cavalry United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment]] is still an active unit and has served with distinction in WorldWarII and TheVietnamWar, in particular the Battle of the Ia Drang Valley which was immortalized in ''WeWereSoldiers''.
15th Feb '11 11:30:54 PM arbane
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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.

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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light, light these days, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters.
26th Nov '10 3:09:40 PM Arivne
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The Seventh Calvary Regiment is one of the major military forces deployed by the US in the Wild West, as soldiers of the US army, their enemy is often the Indians as they in RealLife was the unfortunate regiment to be beaten in the Battle of Little Bighorn and responsible for the Wounded Knee Massacre.

They are rarely portrayed in a positive light, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters

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The Seventh Calvary Cavalry Regiment is was one of the major military forces deployed by the US U.S. in the Wild West, as West. As soldiers of the US U.S. army, their enemy is was often the Indians as they in RealLife RealLife. It was the unfortunate regiment to be beaten in the Battle of Little Bighorn and responsible for the Wounded Knee Massacre.

They are rarely portrayed in a positive light, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians. For the average citizen in a Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characterscharacters.
2nd Sep '10 1:54:38 PM gyrobot
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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians and at times the citizens a living hell. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard proceedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters

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They are rarely portrayed in a positive light, when Indians are involved they are seen as organized thugs who makes the lives of the Indians and at times Indians. For the citizens average citizen in a living hell. Western Town, expect some sort twisted form of Martial Law be carried out by this group. KickTheDog and ShootTheDog is standard proceedure procedure for the Seventh Calvary. Often the leader of the antagonists will be the Lieutenants of the regiment, regiment who is more often than not a CalvaryOfficer, acting as the brain behind the attacks against the Indians and consist mostly of GeneralRipper and TheNeidermeyer type characters
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