Location of the Battle of Morong – the Last Horse Cavalry Charge in United States History
Location of the Battle of Morong – the Last Horse Cavalry Charge in United States History
The Last Horse Cavalry Charge in United States History" - letter from Brig. Gen. Philip L. Bolté, USA, Ret.
The Last Horse Cavalry Charge in United States History" - letter from Brig. Gen. Philip L. Bolté, USA, Ret.
(L to R) Major Bob Seals w son Bobby, Ed, Raqui,Jenny Seals and Gen. Phil Bolte at the Cavalry Banquet.
(L to R) Major Bob Seals w son Bobby, Ed, Raqui,Jenny Seals and Gen. Phil Bolte at the Cavalry Banquet.
Maj.Gen Bob Durbin, CG of 1st Inf. Div. and Ft. Riley with Raquel and Ed Ramsey
Maj.Gen Bob Durbin, CG of 1st Inf. Div. and Ft. Riley with Raquel and Ed Ramsey
Ed & Raqui holding U.S. Cavalry's Last Charge print
Ed & Raqui holding U.S. Cavalry's Last Charge print
Ed holding print with Cavalry Troopers on each side
Ed holding print with Cavalry Troopers on each side
Ft.Riley: Bill McKale-Curator, US Cavalry Museum; Gen. Philip Bolte, Pres US Cavalry Assoc.; Col Richard Piscal, Garrison Cmdr
Ft.Riley: Bill McKale-Curator, US Cavalry Museum; Gen. Philip Bolte, Pres US Cavalry Assoc.; Col Richard Piscal, Garrison Cmdr
Daily Union Article - Signing Last Charge Prints
Daily Union Article - Signing Last Charge Prints
"The Last Charge" © Painting/Title by John Solie is used with permission
This painting by renowned artist John Solie, newly commissioned by the United States Army, is a depiction of the Last Cavalry Charge in United States history under the command of Lieutenant Edwin Price Ramsey for which Lt. Ramsey received the "Silver Star" and "Purple Heart".

Col. Ramsey's consult made this newly commissioned work as authentic as possible.
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The Last Charge

Edwin Price Ramsey
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