By HENRY EYRING and DOUGLAS HENDERSON (Eds.)
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49 As Truscott and other officers awaiting reassignment met informally before leaving Fort Leavenworth, their discussions often turned to the future of the cavalry arm. Truscott recorded that “the cavalry was definitely on the defensive. Many officers of the General Staff in Washington and in other branches believed that aviation, mechanization, and motorization could perform all cavalry missions . . ” The 1st and 13th Cavalry Regiments had already been formed into the 7th Cavalry Brigade (Mechanized), and there was an ongoing effort to motorize divisions.
24 For the next three months the students received intensive instruction in basic military skills from Regular and The Early Years 13 reserve officers and some Allied instructors: “close order drill, School of the Soldier, weapons and marksmanship, route marches, scouting, patrolling, elementary tactics, and, in the artillery and cavalry units, horsemanship. ”25 During those months the students were under extreme pressure, constantly being evaluated by the instructors. 26 It was a requirement that a board of officers prepare an Efficiency Report for all students completing OTC to determine the fitness of those persons for appointment as officers.
On June 13 the board unanimously recommended that “First Lieutenant Lucian K. 40 Maj. William Mann Randolph, chief of the surgical service and commander of the camp hospital at Camp Harry P. 41 Doctor Randolph was a member of the distinguished Randolph family of Virginia and a descendant of Thomas Jefferson. He had established his practice in Charlottesville, Virginia, in the early 1890s, where he married Mary Walker Randolph, also a descendant of Thomas Jefferson. 42 In 1913 Doctor Randolph, accompanied by his family, moved to Douglas, Arizona, where he became surgeon for the Phelps-Dodge Corporation, a mining company.
A Review of the Literature up to 1976 by HENRY EYRING and DOUGLAS HENDERSON (Eds.)