I was having lunch today and some active duty US Army guys in BDU's came in. One of them had a typical 1st Cav Patch on his right shoulder. I believe this indicates that he had served in combat with the 1st Cav. If I remember right, left shoulder, is the current unit and right shoulder is the last unit you served with in combat. This patch was a camo patch but the head of the horse was turned to the side. Almost looking down. These guys were regular US Army in the new BDU's. The kind with the velcro patch areas. I know what a standard 1st Cav Patch looks like. It was Airmobile when I was in the Army and the horse's head was always straight up. My father was also in 1st Cav in Korea and he wore the same patch on his right shoulder. I've gone to the 1st Cav website and looked at the current patch and my memory is correct. Anybody know what this might indicate? The patch appeared to be a standard US Army issued patch. It was mounted correctly but the horses head was looking down. Any clue why on this patch the head of the horse was almost looking at the ground? I was going to ask them but they go away before I could catch up with them.