What Does Cavalry Mean?

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Cavalry refers to an army component moving in motor vehicles or helicopters and assigned to combat missions that require great mobility. It is normally a mobile army unit or troops trained to fight on horseback. Calvary can also mean Cavalry Storage Inc. that has been the leading manufacturer of computer storage products.
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cav·al·ry
[kav-uhl-ree]
NOUN [PLURAL CAV·AL·RIES.]
1.
horsemen, horses, etc., collectively.
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Cavalry is a military force consisting of mounted troops trained to fight from horseback. Other related terms are heavy cavalry and light cavalry and are distinguished by the character of their armament, and by the size of the men and horses.
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