The new evolution of the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade
Commanded by Colonel R. Roy Robinson
Read the symbolism behind the KCB Seal
The Kentucky Cavalry
Brigade is a brigade-level organization of reenactors and other living historians who portray the soldiers of the
famous Kentucky brigade in the Confederate Army of Tennessee, of the American War Between the States (1861-1865). It's "members"
are independently organized artillery, cavalry, infantry and supporting reenacting groups who have come together to work
in a coordinated body for certain events through the campaign season. The member units are from Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Tennessee.
It is important
to note that the Brigade is an "umbrella" organization composed of a number of independent reenactor units. Individual
troopers hold membership in their respective independent units and the unit holds membership in the brigade. This is
very similar to the actual War structure, in which individual units belonged to their regiments and battalions,
and those units in turn comprised the Brigade.