This section contains links and related items that may not be directly related to the Squadron but add to the understanding of the times and events.
 
     
 

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  Our organization, founded in 1969 and incorporated in 1970, is a non-profit, charitable, organization dedicated to serving our country and our fellow Blackhorse Troopers and their families. We remain committed to our founding principles, which continue to be:

  This web site is produced by The 14th Cavalry Association.   Its objective is to reflect the history of a proud Regiment and to promote communication among those of us who have been privileged to serve in its squadrons and battalions. In the last 103 years, troopers of the 14th Cavalry have fought in both Asia and Europe and on the southern border of our homeland.  During the Cold War the 14th ACR stood guard for 23 years at the most critical sector of the Iron Curtain.  

  The U.S. Army in Germany is a comprehensive history of USAREUR from 1945 to 1989.  This site contains a wealth of information on subjects ranging from subordinate units down to the different types of POV license plates issued to personnel.

  Project Fulda Gap is an extensive site that covers a wide variety of information related to the Cold War in Germany.  Harry, the site webmaster / admin has been a frequent photo contributor to this site.

Take the time to view the associated site at:  www.bunkeranlagen.de


  The Cold War Museum is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to education, preservation, and research on the global, ideological, and political confrontations between East and West from the end of World War II to the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

 
  US ARMY BORDER OPERATIONS IN GERMANY1945-1983 [WILLIAM  E. STACY / Headquarters US Army, Europe and 7th Army]  
  Group of Soviet Forces in Germany - Explanation of the GSFG  
  General Cold War: Cold War Sites [Geoff Walden]