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The original Iron Man....still the standard by which all others are judged
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2nd stanza of the Ranger Creed

"...I accept the fact that as a Ranger, my country expects me to move further, faster and fight harder than any other Soldier."

Rangers from Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment move to clear a compound during their full mission profile training at Fort Stewart, Georgia, February 2019.

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On this date: Jan. 25, 1974 -- After Gen. Creighton Abrams directed the activation of the first battalion size Ranger unit since World War II; Headquarters, United States Army Forces Command published General Order 127 directing the activation of 1st Battalion (Ranger), 75th Infantry. Gen. Abrams in his foresight saw the potential for the betterment of the Army as a whole, within in that vision; his charter became a foundation for modern Rangers:

The Abrams Charter:
The Battalion is to be an elite, light and the most proficient infantry in the world. A Battalion that can do things with its hands and weapons better than anyone. The Battalion will contain no "hoodlums or brigands," and if the battalion is formed from such persons it will be disbanded. Wherever the Battalion goes, it must be apparent that it is the best.

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FORT BRAGG, N.C. – An Army Ranger died on January 17th, from wounds received during combat operations January 12 in Badghis Province, Afghanistan while serving with Company A, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment based at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.

Sgt. Cameron A. Meddock, 26, of Spearman, Texas, died Jan. 17, 2019, in Landstuhl, Germany, as a result of wounds sustained from small arms fire on Jan. 12, 2019, in Badghis Province, Afghanistan.

“Sergeant Cameron Meddock is one of America’s precious Sons. The entire Nation should strive to emulate the Warrior, Patriot and Husband that Cameron was. The 75th Ranger Regiment will forever honor Sergeant Cameron Meddock and his family will forever be a member of our Ranger family,” said Colonel Brandon Tegtmeier, Commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment.

Meddock enlisted in the U.S. Army November 14, 2014. He completed One Station Unit Training as an Infantryman, the Basic Airborne Course and the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program 1 at Fort Benning, Georgia. Following successful completion of Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Level 1, Meddock was assigned to Company A, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment where he served as a machine gunner, automatic rifleman, gun team leader and most recently as a fire team leader.

His military education includes the U.S. Army Ranger Course, Basic Airborne Course, Basic Leader Course, and Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Course.
Meddock’s awards include a Purple Heart, a Joint-Service Commendation for Combat, the Army Achievement Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, and the NATO Medal. He was on his second deployment in support of Operation Resolute Support.

Meddock’s decorations include the Ranger Tab, Parachutists Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, and the Expert Marksmanship Qualification Badge for a Rifle.

Lieutenant Colonel Rob McChrystal, Commander of 2nd Ranger Battalion further stated that “Sergeant Cameron Meddock was a phenomenal Ranger, and his selfless service represents the very best of our great Nation. He will be missed dearly and the 2nd Ranger Battalion offers its sincerest condolences to his family.”

Sergeant Meddock is survived by his wife.

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2 months ago

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Leaving 2018 behind and leaping into 2019.

Happy New Years to you all

United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM)
See you in the New Year... #QuietProfessionals
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29 Years ago today.

Freedom is not free.

Never has been or ever will

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Currently, there are over 180 option 40 contracts available through February 2019 (11X option 40).

NEW initial enlistment bonuses of $10,000 are now available for qualified candidates (11X option 40).

11B (Infantryman) reenlistment bonuses up to $46,000 are currently available.

Didn't receive an option 40 contract before you shipped to OSUT? Contact the 75th Ranger Regiment Recruiting Team to find out how you can become a part of one of the most elite organizations in the United States Army and qualify for the $10,000 initial enlistment bonus (11X).

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4 months ago

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Killed in action November, 2018
Operation Freedom’s Sentinel

Sergeant Leandro Jasso, 25, was deployed in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel. He was wounded by small arms fire while conducting combat operations in Khash Rod district, in Afghanistan’s Nimruz province.

He was immediately treated and medically evacuated to the nearest medical treatment facility, in Garmsir district, in neighboring Helmand province, where he died Saturday of his wounds, according to U.S. Army Special Operations Command. The incident is under investigation. Sergeant Jasso was a team leader assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. He was on his third deployment to Afghanistan.

A native of Leavenworth, Washington, Sergeant Jasso enlisted in the Army in August 2012, according to USASOC. After completing initial entry training and airborne school, he successfully completed the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program and was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment.

His awards and decorations include the Army Achievement Medal, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the Ranger Tab, the Combat Infantryman Badge and the Expert Infantryman Badge.

“Sergeant. Jasso was a humble professional who placed the mission first, lived the Ranger Creed and will be deeply missed,” said Lt. Col. Rob McChrystal, commander of 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, in a statement.

RIP Sergeant Jasso
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4 months ago

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Ranger leaders from the The 75th Ranger Regiment served a Thanksgiving meal to our Rangers and their families, November 20.

On behalf of the Regimental Commander, Col. Brandon Tegtmeier and Regimental Command Sergeant Major, Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Albaugh, we want to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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