He spent Thanksgiving this year with his son, who "rode in like the cavalry" when Reeger needed him, he says.
There Marie met and married a fellow exile, a dashing Georgian cavalry officer named Prince Dimitry Shalikashvili.
When the cavalry charged, the soldiers leapt up and waved towels and sheets and stampeded the horses.
She was like the cavalry to staffers looking for anyone to come to their aid.
He fought with the Soviets, then led the cavalry and B-52 bombers to rout the Taliban.
The campaign of the previous month had been a hard one for the cavalry.
Here they all dismounted, except a small body, which acted as cavalry.
I know two such—one in the cavalry, the other in the Engineers.
He determined on the latter, and put his four troops of cavalry in motion.
They were not kept waiting long, for the natives were in full flight, hotly pursued by the English and Indian cavalry.
Last-minute rescue forces; a deus ex machina: Powell likened the Somalia operation to ''the cavalry coming to the rescue''/ not the time for a President who avoided the draft to call up the cavalry/ Democrats hear hoofbeats—the cavalry's arrival, in the nick of time
[1980s+; fr the numerous cases in cowboy movies when the US Cavalry would arrive to rescue various beleaguered persons]