BTroop News & Events

News

The next cavalry riding school will begin on 3 June and graduate on 26 August. Application packages will be accepted between 17 April and 25 May. See membership page for eligibility requirements. Applications may be requested by email or phone.

B Troop is pleased to announce that the following people have successfully completed the cavalry riding school:

  • COL Keith McVeigh
  • CPT Omar “PC” Padrocortes
  • SSG Phillip Lovato
  • SGT Iron Thomley
  • SGT Kascia Vigil

 

Upcoming Events


DATE EVENT LOCATION TYPE TIME
8 Apr Rose Festival Tombstone, AZ Parade 11 AM
21 Apr Installation Retirement Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca, AZ Ceremony 4 PM
5 May Riding School Graduation Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca, AZ Ceremony 2 PM
12 May US Army Garrison Change of Responsibility Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca, AZ Ceremony 8:30 AM
27 May Cavalry Heritage Day Wren Arena, Fort Huachuca, AZ Riding Demonstration 12:30
29 May Memorial Day Bisbee Cemetery, Bisbee, AZ Ceremony 10 AM
22 Jun Military Intelligence Hall of Fame Old Post, Fort Huachuca, AZ Tour 9 AM
23 Jun 305th MI BN Change of Command Chaffee Field, Fort Huachuca, AZ Ceremony 7:30 AM
28 Jun ISEC Change of Command Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca, AZ Ceremony 8 AM
04 Jul Independence Day Celebration Veterans Park, Sierra Vista Demonstration 10 AM – 2 PM
14 Jul USAICoE Change of Command Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca Ceremony 7 AM
20 Jul Medical Activity Change of Command Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca Ceremony 8 AM
21 Jul Installation Retirement Ceremony Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca Ceremony 8 AM

Contact Information


(520) 538-2178

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Mission

To promote the heritage and traditions of the U.S. Army in the Southwest during the period of the Indian Wars and support recruiting, community relations, and official/ nonofficial ceremonial functions. Through appearances at social, cultural, and other activities, B Troop advances the interests of the U.S. Army, military horsemanship of the 1880's, and the history of Fort Huachuca.