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Ussuri Cossack Half-Regiment [Ussuriiskii Kazachii Divizion] Ussuri Horse Brigade Khabarovsk (Adres-Kalendar' cites Khabarovsk at the garrison station, but The British Handbook and Zvegintsov cite Grodekov.) There were two 2nd-Category sotnias and two 3rd-Category sotnias which upon mobilization would expand the Ussuri Cossacks into a 6-sotnia regiment.)

Cossacks of Irkutsk and Yeniseisk Provinces [Kazaki Irkutskoi i Yeniseiskoi Gubernii]

Separate Irkutsk Cossack Sotnia 3rd Siberian Corps Irkutsk [Irkutskaya Kazach'ya Otdel'naya Sotnya]

Separate Krasnoyarsk Cossack Sotnia 3rd Siberian Corps Minusinsk [Krasnoyarskaya Kazach'ya Otdel'naya Sotnya] (The Irkutsk and Krasnoyarsk cossacks' service was divided into 1 year of training, 3 years of active service, 6 years on furlough, and 8 years in the reserve class. Both these sotnias were linked with 2nd and 3rd-Category sotnias.)

Other Irregular Forces:

Osetian Horse Half-Regiment 3rd Caucasian Cossack Division Stavropol

Daghestan Horse Regiment 3rd Caucasian Cossack Division Temir-Khan-Shura

Her Imperial Highness the Soviereign Empress Alexandra Theodorovna’s

Crimean Horse Regiment [Krymskii konnyi EYA IMPERATORSKAGO VELICHESTVA GOSUDARINY IMPERATRITSY

ALEKSANDRY THEODOROVNY Polk] 7th Army Corps, Odessa Military District Simferopol

Turkmen Horse Half-Regiment Kashi, near Askhabad (2 Sotnias) (The British Handbook cites one sotnia in Persia.)

Kuban Permanent Horse Militia [Konnaya Kubanskaya Postoyannaya Militsiya] Yekaterinodar (1 Sotnia)

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