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Introduction Bco 2/75

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Present and accounted for! I have finally found my way to this sight which is saying a lot for a Ranger that never owned his own computer till about 3 months ago... Anyways, I spent my time at Bco 2/75 from 96-99. Survived Ranger school class 8/97. I have lost touch with most of my friends from bat but have been fortunate that the stars have aligned and have been acquainted with two Cco 2/75 folks that were there the same time I was. Its nice to see the boys again. RLTW.

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2nd Plt. BCO 2/75 96-99
Ranger School Class 8/97

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Welcome to the site Ranger.
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Welcome... We've been waiting!
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Welcome here, Bravo-tron !
C Co 2/75
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Welcome... and thank you for your service as a Ranger.

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Welcome Brother...... I was in the same Plt. 10 yrs earlier.
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Welcome, young Ranger.
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Welcome youngster.
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Welcome Brother!
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C Co. 2/75
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Welcome home, Brother
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He answered: "The terrain was beginning to constrict and our hit time was coming close. So I put us in a Ranger file."

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Welcome, Ranger.
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Welcome Ranger. We probably know each other.
A 1/75 93-97
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"May your heart grow bolder like an iron-clad brigade"
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