This chapter introduces the reader to the key military terms in the book, such as security operations, reconnaissance, and economy of force. It also summarizes the previous scholarship and historiography of American World War II cavalry and places the work in the context of those previous works. Finally, the chapter lays out the argument that corps cavalry were highly successful despite their equipment and doctrinal challenges.
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