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The Pros & Cons of the Army Rangers
Recruits become Rangers in Army Guard training program | Article | The United States Army
United States Army Rangers , according to the US Army's definition, are personnel, past or present, in any unit that has the official designation of "Ranger". In a broader and less formal sense, the term "ranger" has been used, officially and unofficially, in North America since the 17th century, to describe light infantry in small, independent units — usually companies. The first units to be officially designated Rangers were companies recruited in the colonies of New England by the British Army , to fight in King Philip's War Following that time, the term became more common in official usage, during the French and Indian Wars of the 18th century. British units later called "Rangers" have often also had historical links of some kind to British North America. The six battalions of the modern Rangers have been deployed in Korea , Vietnam , Afghanistan , and Iraq , and saw action in several conflicts, such as those in Panama and Grenada. The Ranger Regiment traces its lineage to three of six battalions raised in World War II , and to the th Composite Unit Provisional —known as " Merrill's Marauders ", and then reflagged as the th Infantry, then later as the 75th Infantry.
United States Army Rangers
The 75th Ranger Regiment is a lethal, agile and flexible force, capable of conducting many complex, joint special operations missions. Today's Ranger regiment is the Army's premier direct-action raid force. Each of the four geographically dispersed Ranger battalions is always combat ready, mentally and physically tough, and prepared to fight our country's adversaries.
The United States Army Rangers is an elite group of warriors, sent into unusual environments to handle special operations duties. Rangers operate in jungle, desert and mountain environments, often tasked with more difficult specialized missions than those assigned to conventional Army troops. The pros and cons of the Army Ranger lifestyle include family stresses and the toughness of the Ranger program. Rangers however are essential to Army operations, with a strong heritage and roots dating back to the Revolutionary War. Prospective Rangers may enter directly into the Ranger School after Basic Training and Jump School, or while in active duty — however all Ranger prospects must be Airborne certified to be considered for the program.