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I couldnt find a Squadron patch for 4-6 Cav, but I got these two off of www.kiowapilots.com. They're both from troops under 4-6 Cav. The "Unicorn", or prancing pony as we call it is used to represent all the squadrons under the 6th Cavalry, 1-6, 2-6 and 4-6 Cav. So, to answer your question, they do wear this, not as a patch, but as a pin. The unicorn pin is worn on the berets of the enlisted soldiers, and on the lapels of their dress uniforms.1-6 Cav is out of Fort Riley, Kansas, as part of the 1st Infantry Division, that is the patch they wear on the left shoulder. The crossed sabers represent any cavalry unit in the army and is generally worn on the uniforms of the Warrant Officers in those units. I hope this helps.





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