Ranger Mom Introduction

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Ranger Mom Introduction

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Good Morning Rangers. I want to start by saying THANK YOU for you service and sacrifice. I could never fully convey with words the Respect, Admiration and Gratitude I feel. To be honest I am not sure what or how much to say here. I am careful and protective of my son and his brothers in arms. So you Rangers will be my guide! I'm sure you know what I mean :wink:
I have two sons that are United States Army soldiers currently serving Active Duty. My first born is a United States Ranger of the 2nd Battalion and is an Airborne Rigger (ect :wink: ) My second born is a Combat Engineer at Fort Bliss in the 3rd Battalion. My baby is only 6 yrs old and runs around the house in camouflage rain boots with a plastic gun shooting what he calls "the terrorits"....S.I.T.... lol ;)
I would like to also say Thank you for welcoming me to your site and for all the kindness and support you have shown my mother as well. RangersNana is her username :)

Have a Blessed Day... Rangers Lead The Way! <3
ProudRgrMom...Jennifer :)

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Wow...there is a whole lot of "emotion" going on with this post and all the little faces! Didn't really realize it would do that....sorry men (; haha

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Love your intro,your going to love this forum.I feel safe here and close to Jordan at the same time
cant wait to read the posts.
Thank you Rangers for this site,Thank you for your support and guidance
Thank You Rangers for your Leadership!
My family is forever grateful

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Welcome Madre.

I'm sure one of the parents will be along to bring your into the parents group soon.

Good job on raising two young men that value service to this Nation, especially during a time of war.
"The way of the warrior is in training" ~Sun Tzu

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Welcome. Are you related to Rangernana?
Ranger Class 13-71
Advisor, VN 66-68 69-70
42d Vn Ranger Battalion 1969-1970
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Yes Ranger Jim,this is my daughter! Jordan's mom

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Welcome here
A co. 2/75 93-96
RS 08-94

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Welcome ma'am.
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Welcome to the site.


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Welcome Ranger mom, thanks for raising warriors.
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Welcome, you have a tough job and I do not envy you.

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Jim wrote:Welcome. Are you related to Rangernana?

You'll have to forgive him Mom. He's old and can't read a whole paragraph anymore. :lol:

Welcome young lady, and thank YOU for raising a tribe of Warriors!
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Welcome here ProudRgrMom. Thank you to your family for raising such fine young men. PM sent.
Proud father of two 3/75 Rangers (Both have served, raising a family, working and going to school)
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Slowpoke wrote:
Jim wrote:Welcome. Are you related to Rangernana?

You'll have to forgive him Mom. He's old and can't read a whole paragraph anymore. :lol:

Welcome young lady, and thank YOU for raising a tribe of Warriors!
I'm an analog man in a digital world.
Ranger Class 13-71
Advisor, VN 66-68 69-70
42d Vn Ranger Battalion 1969-1970
Trainer, El Salvador 86-87
Advisor, Saudi Arabian National Guard 91, 93-94
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Welcome!
Mom - One former 1/75 Ranger warrior......One current 3/75 Ranger warrior

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