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#Showmeyourfreedom
Here's my Ranger Buddy to kick it off! 2019

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Former NFL player Jared Allen presented former Army Ranger Sergeant Thomas Block and his wife Janine, their new home in N.H. through Jared Allen's Homes For Wounded Warriors. Ranger Block was severely injured by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan, October 2013, while serving with 3rd Ranger Battalion. He was also selected as the United States Army Soldier of the Year 2014.

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2 months ago

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Widow Of Army Ranger SFC Christopher Celiz Receives Mortgage Free Home.

Ten months after her husband, Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz, was killed, Gold Star widow Katie Celiz says she can breathe a little easier raising their daughter Shannon in their new ‘forever home’ after receiving a mortgage-free residence from the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation on Thursday.

“It feels amazing,” she said. “It still doesn’t quite seem real. It means everything to have all of the support that we have from Tunnel to Towers and our U.S. Army family. It’s overwhelming and beautiful that people can come together and do a beautiful thing for people they don’t even know.”

Tunnel To Towers Foundation was established in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller who lost his life in 9/11. The organization honors military and first responders “who continue to make the supreme sacrifice of life and limb for our country.”

The nonprofit oversees various programs, including the Gold Star Family Home program. Launched in 2018, the Gold Star Family Home program provides mortgage-free homes to surviving spouses with young children.

To do so, the organization is committed to raising $250 million to provide 1,000 homes to Gold Star Families, according to Jack Oehm, retired battalion commander of the New York City Fire Department and a Tunnel To Towers board member.

“Our true heroes are those people that put on the uniform of our nation,” Oehm said. “While we know that we can’t bring the fallen heroes back to life, the Siller foundation realizes that we can ease their financial burden.”
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3 months ago

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Capt. John Bergman and Capt. Michael Rose, Team 19 from the 101st Airborne Division, are the 2019 Best Ranger Competition winners.

This is the 3rd time Captain Rose has won the competition and the only 3 time winner ever.

Congratulations to them and all this years competitors.

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3 months ago

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Warriors Wanted
Do you have what it takes?

75recruit@socom.mil
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Army Ranger Is Killed During Free Fall Exercise

Hailing from an upstate New York town of less than two thousand people, SFC Ethan Carpenter had served for over eleven years and left behind a wife of seven years and a young daughter. He was 30 at the time of his death.

SFC Carpenter was a reconnaissance specialist with the 75th’s Regimental Special Troops Battalion.

"Sergeant First Class Ethan Carpenter was an exemplary Soldier and Ranger Leader, and a dedicated husband and father,” said Colonel Joseph Ewers, commander, Regimental Special Troops Battalion. “He did the toughest jobs well and was the consummate team member when it counted the most, both in garrison training and in deployed combat. He represented our Nation’s best, and we’ll miss him dearly.”

Joining the Army in 2007, Carpenter was assigned initially to 1st Ranger Battalion. He was awarded the Purple Heart, Joint Service Commendation Medal with OLC, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Ranger Tab, Military Freefall Parachutist Badge, Senior Parachutists Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Combat Infantryman’s Badge and had 8 combat deployments.

Blue skies always Ranger

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