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Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry in WW2
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry
Jap Cavalry Combat, East Asia
© 2008
132 pages; 12 chapters and 1 appendix
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry is an e-book that describes the
organization, employment and history of
World War II Imperial
Japanese Army Cavalry
. The fact that the performance and leadership
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry was substandard is revealed with
objective evidence in
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry. The fact that
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry was always a tactical level force,
weakly armed and organized is, of course, germane to the evidence and
analysis presented in
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry. At the same
time, a fascinating collection of rare
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry
photographs and war art is included in
Imperial Japanese Army Cavalry.
Review Table of Contents
"Japanese Flying Columns were units that operated independently or in front of main forces. They were also
called advanced detachments or forward detachments. The term “flying” referred to their speed. They were not
foot mobile units. The use of combined arms flying columns was the most professional aspect of Imperial
Japanese Cavalry employment. Horse cavalry provided an important contribution to that concept.
Flying columns advanced in front of a main force, preserving its combat power by deflecting enemy pressure. "...
The flying columns normally leads the march formation (of a regiment, division, corps or army) and would, in turn,
deploy its own reconnaissance, advanced, flank and rear security elements..." In addition, FCs were used to
secure or destroy objectives important to the main force mission."  
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