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Definition of Regimental Crest

Facere non Dicere -- "To do, not to say," or more liberally translated, "Actions speak louder than words." How can a regiment with such a motto speak loudly of its history which, of necessity, involves much saying and many words?
This regiment is oriented primarily toward actions. Present and future doings are "why we train." But past doings can inspire new doings, and in so doing, the past lives through the future. So the retelling of past doings is not simply to relive the past, but to impregnate the future of the 107th Cavalry with the solid blood lines of past Ohio Cavalry. With this purpose in mind these past doings are worthy of telling and no violence is done to our motto.
Lincoln had the same thought when he spoke the words "…The world will little note nor long remember what we say here, but can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living rather to be dedicated here to the unfinished work…"