U.S. Army Rangers: Why You Can’t Stop Them in a War (Period)

On a June morning in 1942, a battalion of American soldiers stepped down from a train at Fort William in the northern highlands of Scotland. Bagpipes of the Cameron Highlanders’ band sounded the call to battle, and the Americans were greeted by Lt. Col. Charles Vaughan, a burly, ruddy-cheeked British Army officer. Radiating enthusiasm and…
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Ranger Medics Save Lives in Combat

75th Ranger Regiment Public Affairs “Never shall I leave a fallen comrade…” third stanza of the Ranger Creed. On a hot, dark night in Wardak province, Afghanistan last summer, a special operations Ranger raid force conducted a helicopter insertion, beginning what would become a historical night. The routine Ranger task of capturing or killing high…
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Salute to a Fallen Ranger Legend

  SFC Douglas McArthur Perry, Ranger, age 78, of Dahlonega, Georgia passed away on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Mr. Perry was born on June 8, 1941 in the Mill Creek Community of Dawsonville, Georgia to the late Homer Perry and the late Lois Louise Crawford Perry. He was a dedicated member of the U.S. Mountain…
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