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The Second Cavalry Association is a private organization of individuals who have served with the Second Cavalry Regiment. It stands today as the first and oldest veterans organization established around a particular unit. The Association's Mission is three fold; preserve and share our history, support our veterans, and to support our regiment whenever the need arises. Find out more ...

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Recent News...

Wake for Colonel Coffey

Posted 10/04/2018

My Fellow Dragoons: I was asked to accomplish some intel gathering, please excuse the second email in a week. Mrs. Coffey asked that if you are attending the wake for Colonel Coffey on Sunday, that you join the family afterwards. PLEASE RSVP to Sergeant Major (R) Jeffery Frans at jeffery.frans@gmail.com. ? After the wake food and drinks will be served at Brian Boru … read more >>

The passing of Former Wolfpack Commander COL (R) Rod Coffey

Posted 10/03/2018

Dear Dragoons: It is my sad duty to report the passing of Former Wolfpack Commander COL (R) Rod Coffey. His life will be celebrated this weekend in Maryland. Colonel Rod Andrew Coffey, passed away September 28, 2018. Col. Coffey was born in Reading, Pennsylvania to Robert and Loretta Coffey. He grew up in Rhode Island and then attended Carnegie … read more >>

The Thoroughbred - The Newsletter of the Second Cavalry Association August, 2018

Posted 08/14/2018

We Have a Design! As reported in the last Thoroughbred, the Board has been working on the development of a memorial to the Troopers of the Regiment who gave their lives in the service of our Regiment. Our Regimental history is important to us and is important to our Regiment's future. Most of us have experienced or heard of the Army downsizing after Vietnam, … read more >>

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