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If you have ever been in a Cavalry unit, then you know the Attitude that becomes most apparent when hanging around with other units.

This site is dedicated to all those who serve in the military with special emphasis on those in the Cavalry, and more specifically Air Cav.

What does IYACYAS mean ?

Among other things: AirCav

With some Action

Or maybe Adventure

Using lots of Ammo

And some Aviation

The full Background

Could be Cavalry

Probably in Combat

Involving Defense

On these DVDs

There is Equipment

Which might be FUBAR

Of course, Guns Guns Guns

There is History

There are Helicopters

If You Ain't Cav,

Joint Operations

Kills - Killers - Kill 'em all

There are many Legends

About Mini-guns & MLRS

And Napalm

And Night Vision

Or Observation - Operations

Known Positions

In a Quadrant

During a Recon - Report

Perhaps being Safe or SNAFU

See Target - Pull - Trigger

There are Uniforms

And Units

Resulting in Victory

Via someVectors

The Mission might be to Verify

Utilizing Whiskey or Willy Pete

X - change

If You Ain't Cav

You ain't ___


This will serve as the make up class. If you pass the Pretest, you are all set.

You should be able to do these from memory.

Reference for this class is FM 1-402 Aviators Recognition Manual.

Instructions for Pretest:

1. Get a plain piece of paper (lined or unlined)

2. Write your name, rank and date on the top

3. Put numbers down the left side from 1 to 20 and then put A, B, C

When you complete the Pretest, turn it in for scoring and review.

Passing score is 70%

If you bolo the Pretest, then you have to take the class.

When you are ready for the Pretest, click on the NEXT Box to continue.

The Pretest can be taken online. Sent email with answers to: Webmaster via email at Webmaster@iyacyas.com

AirCav Productions - Copyright 2003

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This site is dedicated to all those who serve in the military, and by serving have become
familiar with the special jargon that is so often used by combat veterans the world over.

This site has been an attempt to educate those of you not schooled in military parlance,
so if you still do not understand what IYACYAS means, then here is a very simple clue:

If You Ain't Cav, You Ain't Seen nuthin

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