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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
    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 ‎
    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 

    • 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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