Captain Myles Keogh
An Irish soldier-of-fortune who somehow ended up in the 7th Cavalry. Tough, experienced and reliable Keogh is seen wearing a Civil War kepi and the black embroidered "Patrol" jacket. With one hand he keeps Custer's personal guidon upright... with the other he takes careful aim.
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Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer

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Constant firing caused many of the carbines to “overheat” and made spent cartridges difficult to extract… This trooper is using his knife to desperately try and clear the cartridge chamber.
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