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    • 02/06/2015
    • 07/01/2017
    • 42 sessions
    • Alexandria, Virginia

     

    What:

    USARA Mid-Atlantic Region DC Area Ranger/SOF Monthly Breakfast

    Who:

    Rangers, LRRPs, Special Forces and Special Operation Forces, family and friends.

    Where:


    IHOP, 7694 Richmond Hwy, Alexandria

    When:

    Saturday, 7 February 2015 from 08:00 - until

    Why:

    Fellowship, Fun, Remembering old Times (War Stories) and great chow.

    If you have questions please contact Rick Yost, USARA Mid-Atlantic Region Director at (202) 570-3131 or by email at ranger@ryost.us

    • 08/05/2016
    • 07/07/2017
    • 18 sessions
    • Hilton Atlanta Northeast, Atlanta, Georgia‎

    Atlanta Ranger Breakfast

    Hilton Atlanta Northeast, 5993 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Peachtree Corners, Georgia 30092.  Currently scheduled: @ 0800 to 1000 on 6 Aug 16, 10 Sep 16, 1 Oct 16, 12 Nov 16, 3 Dec 16, 7 Jan 17.

     Breakfast ($8 - $10) is 8 - 10 am. 

     POC: David Hill, (770) 722-8200. 

     

    • 08/05/2016
    • 07/07/2017
    • 18 sessions
    • Perkins Restaurant, Savannah, Georgia

    Savannah Ranger Breakfast

    1st Saturday of every month; 0900; Perkins Restaurant; I-95 & Hwy 204. We "tout" it as "Savannah Ranger Breakfast; All Rangers; All Eras" (even if it is a holiday weekend; we do NOT change the date), we keep it the 1st Saturday of the month, and we put up a RANGER tab on the outside window of the room.  POC: Bill Acebes, (912) 884-2772.

     

    • 08/05/2016
    • 07/07/2017
    • 20 sessions
    • PKs Grill & Pub, Fayetteville North Carolina‎‎

    Sua Sponte - De Oppresso Liber Breakfast 

    Fayetteville NC:  Sua Sponte - De Oppresso Liber breakfast, @ on the 1st Saturday of every month,  meets at PKs Grill & Pub at the Raeford Airport/DZ.  POC: Duke Durkan, (706) 974-7063

    • 08/05/2016
    • 07/07/2017
    • 18 sessions
    • Brickhouse Tavern & Tap, Tampa, Florida

    Tampa Area Ranger/SF Breakfast 

    Tampa:  Tampa Area Ranger/SF Breakfast - Perpetuating the Great Ranger/SF Legacy! 1st Saturday of every month @ 11:00 AM,   Brickhouse Tavern & Tap, 1102 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa, FL 33607.   All Ranger's Special Forces and Family n Friends! Perpetuating the Great Ranger/SF Legacy! 

    POC: Wendell Suiter, (813) 394-1982

     

    • 08/13/2016
    • 01/13/2018
    • 18 sessions
    • Golden Corral,Tallahassee, Florida

    Ranger/SF Breakfast

    Ranger/SF Breakfast, 1st Saturday of every month, @ 0830, Golden Corral, 1630 N Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32303.  We will meet in the same location in the back.  Families are always encouraged to attend.  POC: Roger Beck, no number yet.

     Ranger/SF Breakfast Tallahassee, Roger Beck

     

     

    • 09/02/2016
    • 08/04/2017
    • 16 sessions
    • Columbia, South Carolina

    Palmetto State Ranger Monthly Breakfast
    Perpetuating the Great Ranger Legacy

    When:   1st Saturday Monthly
    Where:  The British Bulldog Pub
    ‎             1220 Bower Parkway E-10‎
    ‎             Columbia, South Carolina 29212‎
    ‎              Located in: Columbiana Station in Irmo ‎
    ‎              (803) 227-8918‎
    ‎              http://www.thebritishbulldogpub.com

    Who: Those that have served in a Ranger Company, Battalion or are Ranger Qualified – Also SF welcomed.‎

    POC: Mike Waldron (803) 518-2111

     

    • 12/09/2016
    • 11/10/2017
    • 11 sessions
    • Fort Benning, Georgia

    Course Title: RANGER

    Fiscal Year: 2017

    School: 071

    Course: 2E-SI5S-5R/011-SQIV-G

    Course Length: 8 Weeks 5.0 Days

    Class Maximum: 310

    Class Optimum: 270

    Class Minimum: 100

    Important Note:  The Session Numbers shown on the left side of this page equate to each Ranger Class Number within the give Fiscal Year. Additionally, the date listed for each session is the date of graduation at Hurley Hill at Fort Benning near the Airborne & Ranger Training Brigade Headquarters.  All graduations are held on Friday using the same format and timeframe; each graduation follows a must see Rangers-in-Action Demonstration.   The links provided on this page provide additional, detailed Ranger School information including start/completion dates for the phases at Fort Benning and Dahlonega, Georgia and Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

    Course Scope:  The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning) is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain) is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle) is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in Northwestern Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out processing and graduation.

    Important Note:  The Session Numbers shown on the left side of this page equate to each Ranger Class Number within the give Fiscal Year. Additionally, the date listed for each session is the date of graduation at Hurley Hill at Fort Benning near the Airborne & Ranger Training Brigade Headquarters.  All graduations are held on Friday using the same format and timeframe; each graduation follows a “must see” Rangers-in-Action Demonstration.   The links provided below on this page offer additional, detailed Ranger School information including specific start/completion dates for the phases at Fort Benning and Dahlonega, Georgia and Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

    Contact Us: If you have questions regarding the US Army Ranger School, the US Army Ranger Association or the Ranger community in general; you may contact specific officers, directors or staff or if you would like add comments or ask a question; click Contact us.   All messages receive a timely response.

    Course Outcomes‎:

    ü  Ranger Course Graduates go to a unit or return to their units physically and mentally tough, proficient in Squad and Platoon dismounted operations in austere terrain.  

    ü  Graduates will understand how to plan, coordinate, and execute small unit missions confidently and completely with minimal guidance.

    ü  The ability of Ranger graduates to manage stress will enable them to push their subordinates further and faster than they previously thought possible.

    ü  Ranger graduates will better understand the physical and mental limitations of the human body and will be more capable of leading their units in conditions that would defeat the average leader

    Ranger School Information:

    ü  Airborne School Information

    ü  Jumpmaster School Information

    ü  Pathfinder School Information

    ü  Official ARTB Facebook Page

    ü  Rangers in Action

    ü  Ranger School Graduation (important details)

    ü  US Army Airborne & Ranger Training Brigade

    ü  4th Ranger Training Battalion

    ü  5th Ranger Training Battalion

    ü  6th Ranger Training Battalion

    ü  1-507th Parachute Infantry Regiment

    ü  ARTB Training Photos

    ü  Best Ranger Competition

    ü  US Army Ranger Hall of Fame

     

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    • 05/05/2017
    • 04/06/2018
    • 12 sessions
    • Newark, Delaware

    Who: Delaware Ranger/Special Forces Monthly Breakfast ‎
    When: 9:00 AM 1st Saturday of each month
    Where:‎
    Bob Evans
    ‎402 Eagle Run Rd.‎
    Newark, DE 19702‎
    ‎(Near Christiana Mall / Cabella's)‎
    POC: Phil Carey
     

    • 05/05/2017
    • 04/06/2018
    • 12 sessions
    • Towson, Maryland

    Who: Baltimore Ranger/Special Forces Monthly Breakfast
    When: 9:00 am 1st Saturday of each month ‎
    Where:‎
    Towson Diner
    ‎718 York Rd. ‎
    Towson, MD 21204‎
    POC: Anthony Klein (Tony)‎
     

    • 05/12/2017
    • 04/13/2018
    • 12 sessions
    • Springfield, Virginia

    Who: National Capitol Area Ranger/Special Forces Monthly Breakfast
    When: 8:00 AM  2nd Saturday of each month (except National Holiday Weekends, then it is the 3rd ‎Saturday)‎
    Where: ‎
    American Legion Post 176‎
    ‎6520 Amherst Ave.‎
    Springfield, VA 22150‎
    POC: James Waters 

    • 06/26/2017
    • 07/01/2017
    • Columbus, Georgia

    USARA ARM 2017

    The U.S. Army Ranger Association 2017 Annual Ranger Muster (ARM) will be held Monday June 26 through Saturday July 1, 2017 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Columbus, Georgia.

    Planning is complete; the final, published Schedule of Events can be found here.

       

     

    • 06/26/2017
    • 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
    • Columbus, Georgia

    USARA Ranger Soldier Appreciation Night Sponsorship

    If you ARE NOT planning to attend ARM 2017 continue reading and register for USARA Ranger Soldier Appreciation Night Sponsorship here.  Sponsor Ranger soldiers from the 75th Ranger Regiment and the Airborne & Ranger Training Brigade.    

    Sponsor one or more Ranger Soldiers to attend USARA Ranger Soldier Appreciation Night at ARM 2017 on Monday, June 26, 2017.  If you cannot attend ARM 2017, please donate to support this event.  Last year, member donations off-set 100% of cost incurred.  Our goal is to do the same this year – doubling the number of Ranger Soldiers invited.  This is an opportunity for USARA members to show our gratitude for what today’s Ranger solders have endured the past several years.

    The general public may also sponsor Ranger Soldiers using this feature.

    Note: making a donation to/for this event does not constitute a “ticket” or “invitation” or “registration” to/for the event. 

    • 12/08/2017
    • 11/16/2018
    • 11 sessions
    • Fort Benning, Georgia

    Course Title: RANGER
    Fiscal Year: 2017
    School: 071
    Course: 2E-SI5S-5R/011-SQIV-G
    Course Length: 8 Weeks 5.0 Days
    Class Maximum: 310
    Class Optimum: 270
    Class Minimum: 100


    Course Scope:
    The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning) is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain) is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle) is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in Northwestern Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out processing and graduation.

    Course Outcomes:

    • Ranger Course Graduates return to their units physically and mentally tough, proficient in Squad and Platoon dismounted operations in austere terrain.   
    • Graduates will understand how to plan, coordinate, and execute small unit missions confidently and completely with minimal guidance.
    • The ability of Ranger graduates to manage stress will enable them to push their subordinates further and faster than they previously thought possible.
    • Ranger graduates will better understand the physical and mental limitations of the human body and will be more capable of leading their units in conditions that would defeat the average leader.‎
    Ranger School Information:

    ·         Ranger School Information

    ·         Airborne School Information

    ·         Jumpmaster School Information

    ·         Pathfinder School Information

    ·         Official ARTB Facebook Page

    ·         Rangers in Action

    ·         Ranger School Graduation (important details)

    ·         US Army Airborne & Ranger Training Brigade

    ·         4th Ranger Training Battalion

    ·         5th Ranger Training Battalion

    ·         6th Ranger Training Battalion

    ·         1-507th Parachute Infantry Regiment

    ·         ARTB Training Photos

    ·         Best Ranger Competition

    ·         US Army Ranger Hall of Fame


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