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Massacre Flat Expedition, 2009
Date(s): April 25-27, 2009. Album by 2nd cal cav member. Photos by Troopers. 1 - 109 of 109 Total. 7704 Visits.
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Patrol enroute to camp

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Well equipped troopers on Patrol

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By Twos enroute to camp.

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Blouses off after long ride

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Cavalry Camp 5

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Cpl. Whiting & Capt. Starr
Commissary Corporal keeps the fire going while Cpt. Starr relaxes nearby.

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(l-r): Cpl. Whiting, Pvt. Souza, Pvt. Hurlbut, Pvt. Bramhall

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Watering Call 1

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Watering Call 2

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"Jake"

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Watering Call 3

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Watering Call 4
Returning the horses to the picket line after watering call. Army Mule "Iris" in the foreground.

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Night live-fire. Cpt Starr & 1Sgt. Baldwin

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Cpl. Whiting, Cpt. Starr, 1Sgt. Baldwin

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A trooper's night light

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Capt. Starr and camp.

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Firelight

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Cpt. Starr, 1Sgt. Baldwin, Cpl. Whiting, Pvt. Hurlbut
Don Treco, Brian Frontella, Rob Wangberg, Jonathan DuBose

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Cpl. Whiting watches the fire.

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Cpt. Starr, Pvt. Bramhall, Cpl. Whiting
Don Treco, Richard Andrus, Rob Wangberg

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"Jake" loose.
A sign of things to come!

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"Iris", doing some thinking.
"The Ballad of Iris and Jak..."
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A loose "Jake" making plans for escape.

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Grazing on Picket Pins

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Sunday patrol 1.

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Sunday patrol 2.

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Sunday patrol 3.

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By File on Patrol

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Noon mess on patrol 1.

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Noon mess on patrol 2.

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Noon mess on patrol 3.

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"Hello...we havn't met. You must be the new recruit".

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Capt. & First Sgt at Noon Mess on Patrol.

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Watering call before resuming patrol.

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Sunday patrol 5

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Some drill while on patrol 1

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Some drill while on patrol 2

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"Iris" rolls in camp.
Feels so good!

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Morning Coffee 1

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After the snake kill. Some adornments.

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Pvt. Martin Luther Bramhall
Richard Andrus and "Luke"

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Mount Lassen looms beyond.

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A view enroute to camp.

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The Army Mule gets some water

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Afternoon nap for some.

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Taking a rest after the ride in.

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The horses get the shade.

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Captain takes a nap.
(Don Treco)

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First Sgt. takes a break.
(Brian Frontella)

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Campfire

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Cpl. Kent live-fires his '59 Sharps carbine.
(Mike Paisley)

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LIve-firing the '59 Sharps carbines.

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Pvt. Hurlbut and his 1860 Colt Army
(Jonathan DuBose)

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View from Picket Line

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Cavalry Camp 6

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Cpl. Kent and "Iris"

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Pvt. Bradley Souza

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Stable Guard
Pvt. Bradley Souza watches the horses eat from regulation feed bags.

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Filling Canteens
1Sgt. William Baldwin (Frontella) and Capt. AW Starr (Treco). No Giardia yet!

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Cavalry Camp at Sunset

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A Trooper's Dog Tent in the field.

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Dinner is started.

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Night Firing!
Flashes from pistols fired live across the river at night.

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Night Life

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Warmth and Relaxation

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Pvt. Bramhall serenades us.

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Cozy Quarters

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Makin' Breakfast

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River Otters patrol the Sacramento

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1859 Sharps Carbine

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First Sgt. William Baldwin and "Storm"

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Pvt. Samuel Hurlbut

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Pvt. Bradley Souza

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Cpl. William Kent

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Hostiles in Camp!
'ate 'em for dinner.

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Cpl. Valentine Shimaell prepares the meal.

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Stew (Left), Snake (Right)

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A trooper's pillow.

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Live-Fire Drill on Monday morn'.

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1Sgt. Baldwin takes aim.

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Firing from the left.

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Cpt. Starr ensures dependability.

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Pvt. Martin Luther Bramhall fires.

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Pvt. Bradley Souza fires.

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"Did I hit it? Did I hit it? Did I hit it?"
Yes, Captain. Whatever you say Captain.

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Cpl. Wangberg fires.

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SPOTTING UNFRIENDLIES

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Capt. AW Starr & Shiloh

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Pvt. Bradley Souza & Champ

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Cpl. William Kent
Riding "Jake" and leading "Iris", Army Mule
"DAMN THIS GUY IS GOOD LOOK..."
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Preparing to make camp

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Loading for live-fire practice
Capt. Starr, 1Sgt. Baldwin, Cpl. Kent

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Officer & First Sgt. Quarters

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Sunset in Camp
1Sgt. Baldwin & Cpt. Starr

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Feeding time, nosebags in place.

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Cavalry Camp 1

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"Rookie" enjoys a meal

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"Zuni" and his grain

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Mess Call for the mounts

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Pvt. Bradley Souza

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Pvt. Samuel Hurlbut & Pvt. Souza

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Cavalry Camp 2

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Cavalry Camp 3

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Cavalry Camp 4

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Boiling Potatos

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1Sgt. Baldwin & 1858 Remington

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The red candle

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SKIRMISH LINE
Live-Fire Drill with the 1859 Sharps carbine.

 
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Looks like the cavalry protected the settlers and indians quite well!!!
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don schatzel, Tue, 28 Apr 2009 4:22PM
 
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