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.
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]