Cavalry Regiment & Congressional Medal

There are currently nine regular cavalry regiments of the British Army, with two tank regiments provided by the Royal Tank Regiment, traditionally classed alongside the cavalry, for a total of eleven regiments. The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government. 5.0/5

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** KIA Korean War HERO Mike C. Pena, Medal of Honor Recipient ** This is a lengthy Notice. Please read it to the end: Matagorda County Cavalry has been asked to attend and lead the escort for the family of KIA Korean War HERO Mike Pena. Master Sergeant Mike C. Pena has been posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor 64 years after he gave his life to save his own men! We will honor the Pena family's request for escort following the graveside ceremony and Medal dedication by Mike C. Pena's grandson. Following the graveside ceremony, we will escort the family and procession to Newgulf Club House in Newgulf, TX. We encourage every Matagorda County Cavalry Member, every Brazoria County Member, and any and all Patriots to honor this Fallen American Hero! This will be Cavalry Formal Attire, Black Jeans, White Shirt, and Bolo Tie for those that have them. If you do not have them, biker attire is appropriate. Just be there! Please wear your Matagorda County Cavalry logo proudly. Mike C. Pena's grandson ...
October 10, 1845-Moses Williams, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, was born in Carrollton, Louisiana. Not much is known of his early life but by August 16, 1881, he was serving as a First Sergeant in Company I of the 9th Cavalry Regiment during the Indian Wars. On that day, he participated in an engagement in the foothills of the Cuchillo *** Mountains in New Mexico and his actions earned him the medal, America’s highest military decoration. His citation reads, “Rallied a detachment, skillfully conducted a running fight of 3 or 4 hours, and by his coolness, bravery, and unflinching devotion to duty in standing by his commanding officer in an exposed position under a heavy fire from a large party of Indians saved the lives of at least 3 of his comrades.” Williams was awarded the medal November 12, 1896. He later reached the rank of ordinance sergeant and left the army in 1898. Williams died August 23, 1899.
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