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The 75th Ranger Regiment...RLTW ... See MoreSee Less
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Info regarding our Ranger Brother Cleary...He's responding well to neurological tests but he's still on a respirator and on a paralytic so he doesn't move. We're not sure when he's going to have the respirator taken off or what the root condition is or what caused his breathing problems. He's being tested for COVID-19 but we wont know for a day or so. He's always been a smoker so that might have compounded the issue. He's in the ICU @ CaroMont hospital in Gastonia. They've been very strict about visitation with the virus concerns and so far have only been letting in one family member at a time in to see him and one family member to wait. ... See MoreSee Less
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You're in our thoughts Ranger Buddy keep fighting. Ranger Cleary is in a tough spot right now we are thinking about you and family Brother. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 years ago

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* For the safety and well-being of students in current Ranger Classes, students will not receive passes after Darby or before graduation until further notice. Additionally, families will not be permitted visitation with their students on Ranger School grounds. This is to prevent outside contamination to a relatively safe and isolated population. The release schedule for students upon completion of the course will be adjusted accordingly. Once students have out processed and cleared the course, they will be allowed access and visitation with their families. We are conscious of the fact this may be disruptive to planned visits and ask for your understanding as we enable your future RANGERS’ success.*RLTW! ... See MoreSee Less
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30 years ago, on this date in Ranger history: December 20, 1989 -- The 75th Ranger Regiment conducts a parachutes assaults into Panama at Torrijos-Tocumen and Rio Hato airfields during Operation Just Cause. After months of failed diplomacy, a failed election and several events directed against U.S. personnel. Then President George H. Bush directed the initiation of Operation Just Cause. At 0100L hours, Rangers jumping at 500 AGL conduct combat assaults on the International Airport at Torrijos-Tocumen and the smaller airfield at Rio Hato. The operation involved 27,684 U.S. troops and over 300 aircraft.This operation did not come without a price. Army Rangers Pfc. James W. Markwell, Pfc. John Price, Staff Sgt. Larry Barnard, Spc. Phillip Lear, and Pfc. Roy Brown Jr., made the ultimate sacrifice while conducting combat operations in support of Operation Just Cause.In addition to the Ranger sacrifice, the following service members were also killed:Pvt. Vance T. Coats - 82nd Airborne DivisionSpc. Jerry S. Daves - 82nd Airborne. DivisionSgt. Michael A. Deblois - 82nd Airborne DivisionPfc. Martin D. Denson - 82nd Airborne DivisionPfc. William D. Gibbs - 7th Infantry DivisionSpc. Alejandro Manriquelozano* - 82nd Airborne DivisionCpl. Ivan M. Perez - 5th Infantry DivisionPfc. Scott L. Roth - 89th Military Police BrigadePvt. Kenneth D. Scott - 5th Infantry Division1st Lt. John R. Hunter - 160th AviationCWO2 Wilson B. Owens - 160th AviationCWO2 Andrew P. Porter - 7th Infantry DivisionPvt. James A. Taber Jr. - 82nd Airborne DivisionLt. j.g. John Connors - Special Warfare GroupBM1 Chris Tilghman - Special Warfare GroupENC Donald McFaul - Special Warfare GroupTM2 Issac G. Rodriguez III - Special Warfare GroupCpl. Garreth C. Isaak - 2nd Marine DivisionWe will never forget the courage, bravery and determination displayed by America's finest soldiers. Rangers Lead The Way! ... See MoreSee Less
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