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What Is a Cavalry Soldier Called?

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A cavalry soldier is called a cavalryman or trooper. They were soldiers who went to war and fought while on horseback. The trooper would only fight on a horse and would not dismount during the fighting.
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A soldier in a cavalry goes by a number of titles such as cavalryman or trooper and this may vary from one region or country to another. In Sweden an enlisted Cavalry soldier, is called a hussar. A cavalry is a military force, soldier or warrior mounted on horseback.
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