MEDAL OF HONOR
A cavalry fight is a swirling melee of swinging arms and pounding hooves; of fragile, twisting bodies and the unstoppable mass of thousands of pounds of horseflesh. It is cold steel, hot lead, and pounding iron and muscle thrown together at a breakneck pace…Into the maelstrom rode Pvt. George Crawford Platt, Troop II, 6th US Cavalry on the afternoon of July 2, 1863 at Fairfield, Pennsylvania. Print signed by Tracy Stivers.