The 107th Armored Cavalry Regiment is an armored cavalry regiment in the US Army.
Twilight 2000 1st editionEdit
An Ohio National Guard regiment, placed on alert on 12/3/96 and brought into federal service on 12/7/96. The regiment transferred to Germany by sea and air in May of 1997 as part of the IX US Corps and entered combat in Poland on 5/31/97. In September of 1997, while fighting a rearguard action covering the retreat of IX Corps, the regiment was surrounded by elements of Soviet 3rd Shock Army. The regiment was forced to abandon all vehicles and make its way out on foot, but the extreme courage and resourcefulness of the troops of the regiment enabled large numbers of men to rejoin the NATO forces near the German border. The regiment has since operated as horse cavalry. 
1 July 2000 
- Subordination: XXIII US Corps
- Current Location: Austria
- Manpower: 600
- Tanks: 0