The Regiment must remain capable of fighting anytime, anywhere, against any enemy, and winning. So reads the charter of America's elite fighting force, the 75th Rangers. What began as a unit called up by FDR for -a dangerous and hazardous mission in Burma in World War II, remains to this day one of the most flexible, highly trained, and rapidly deployable light infantry forces in the U.S. military. 75th Rangers offers a rare behind-the-scenes look at this storied regiment. A Ranger veteran and a celebrated military photographer, Russ Bryant captures Rangers in their tactical environment from Hunter Army Air Field to Fort Benning, Georgia, from Fort Lewis, Washington, to deployment in Germany, giving readers a clear, close-up sense of what it takes to be a part of the 75th Rangers: the training, the mission, the personnel, the equipment and the specialized skills that make this force a match for the whole range of conventional and Special Ops targets.4th Ranger Training Battalion at Fort Benning, Georgia; 5th Ranger Training Battalion at Dahlonega, Georgia; and 6th ... It may appear that the instructor cadre implements punishments when soldiers make mistakes and punishments whenanbsp;...
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