DUTY WITH THE 75TH
EAST COAST OR WEST COAST, RANGERS ARE THERE.
Day-to-day life in the 75th Ranger Regiment is much faster paced than most Army units. Due to the unique mission set of the Regiment and the pace of operations, most Rangers assigned to Ranger Battalions will spend the majority of their time during duties days training or preparing for real world missions. Rangers understand that the skills they train on each day are not only preparing them for possible emergency missions, but will be used in on-going and current real-world operations around the globe.
Despite the pace of life in the unit, during a normal duty week Rangers will have nights and weekends off. Rangers receive 30 days of leave per year, in addition to federal and training holidays. Rangers are afforded the opportunity to attend multiple military and civilian schools that complement their Military Occupational Specialty.
Single Rangers will live in new, modern, dorm-style barracks near where they work. Married Rangers can choose to live in military quarters on their installation, or they are afforded the opportunity to live in the local community. Members of the 75th Ranger Regiment enjoy world class dining facilities and gyms, the equal of many commercial facilities.
Rangers regularly participate in multiple, large-scale, and highly realistic training exercises both in the United States and overseas, to prepare them for their wartime mission. These training events are planned up to a year in advance, affording the Rangers the opportunity to plan significant events in their personal life around their military training schedules.