In 1854, at Fort Val Verde, Texas, the U.S. Cavalry is experimenting the novel idea of using camels rather than horses as a means of transportation.
A cavalry outpost in the Wild West of nineteenth century U.S. is in need of horses. The Captain of the outpost gets word that they're about to receive a shipment of fine Arabians. What he gets, is a shipment of camels.
The U.S. Cavalry tried camels out in the southwestern desert for a short, but memorable, period of time. Horses were having a tough time in the arid climate, and the "powers that be" thought that camels might just be a better option. The results were comical.
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