Texas Light Cavalry
Comes the Dragon
RF Johnson

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Light Cavalry Structure

Texas Light Cavalry Force Structure

The Texas Light Cavalry is a Texas funded, developed and fielded military force. It is designed to counter border incursions along the Texas Border with Mexico. The Light Cavalry is equipped and manned to defeat air, mechanized or dismounted Drug Cartel forces when they attack law enforcement or civilian personnel along the extended Texas border from El Paso to Brownsville. The force structure of the Texas Light Cavalry follows:

Governor of Texas

Adjutant General of Texas

Location / Troopers / LCVs

1st Light Cavalry Division Camp Mabry / 100 / 20

1st Light Cavalry Regiment San Antonio / 500 / 125

2nd Light Cavalry Regiment Temple / 500 / 125

3rd Light Cavalry Regiment Beaumont / 500 / 125

4th Light Cavalry Regiment Fort Worth / 500 / 125

5th Light Cavalry Regiment Longview / 500 / 125

8th Light Cavalry Regiment Houston / 500 / 125

16th Light Cavalry Regiment Corpus Christi / 500 / 125

19th Light Cavalry Regiment San Antonio / 500 / 125

24th Light Cavalry Regiment Amarillo / 500 / 125

28th Light Cavalry Regiment El Paso / 500 / 125

30th Light Cavalry Regiment College Station / 500 / 125

39th Light Cavalry Regiment Lubbock / 500 / 125

38th Texas Civil Affairs Lubbock / 0 / 100

29th Texas Civil Affairs College Station / 0 / 100

503rd LCAV Maintenance Troop Camp Mabry / 0 / 100

411th LCAV Training Troop Camp Mabry / 0 / 100

209th LCAV Admin Troop Camp Mabry / 0 / 100

301st LCAV Log Troop Camp Mabry / 0 / 100

290th LCAV R&D Troop College Station / 0 / 100

607th LCAV Comms Troop Camp Mabry / 0 / 100

302nd LCAV Ammo Troop Fort Hood / 0 / 100

36th Light Mechanized Infantry Division Camp Swift / 400 / 50

15th LMI Regiment Camp Swift / 1,000 / 150

18th LMI Regiment Camp Swift / 1,000 / 150

6th LMI Regiment Camp Swift / 1,000 / 150

23rd LMI Regiment Camp Swift / 1,000 / 150

9th LMI Regiment Camp Swift / 1,000 / 150

10th LMI Regiment Camp Swift / 1,000 / 150

 

The Light Cavalry Vehicles (LCVs) and Light Mechanized Infantry Vehicles (LMIVs) are produced by the Advanced Cavalry Labs Corporation located in Sherman, Texas.

Training areas and proving grounds are maintained for the State of Texas by the ACLC at Camp Swift near Austin, Texas, Camp Murphy, near San Angelo, Texas and Camp Maxey, near Paris, Texas. Logistics are coordinated through Camp Mabry with Ammo stocks and munitions stored and staged from Fort Hood, in Central Texas. Development of a unique and easily maintained fighting vehicle for the Light Cavalry Regiments was decided over purchasing of existing systems. The key factor in this decision was the creation of jobs in Texas and positive control over the manufacturing and development process. Worldwide interest in the LCAV system, which includes the integration of micro-drones and the Fusion Center Command and Staff System, was highlighted by the ordering of sixteen regimental sets by the Israeli Defense Forces and the creation of sixteen IDF Light Cavalry Light Cavalry Regiments.

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