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The ranger motto, “Sua Sponte” means “Of their own accord.” The phrase recognizes the fact that a ranger volunteers three times; for the Army, for Airborne School, and for the Ranger Regiment.

THE TAN BERET
75th Ranger RGT Tan Beret SPF

The distinctive headgear of the 75th Ranger Regiment is the tan beret.  The beret is a mark of distinction that brands the wearer as a proven warrior.  The tan color is reminiscent of the leather caps worn by the original rangers of American heritage and lore. 

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75th Ranger RGT tan beret

Ranger Creed

The 75th Ranger Regiment is more than just a unit. Being a ranger is a lifestyle unlike any other with a creed like no other.

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Commander Robert Rogers

Rogers' Orders

The first rangers were formed in Europe during the Middle Ages to protect the land, under the direction of their king, searching for bandits and criminals. nals.

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Rangers with the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment

1st Ranger Battalion

Find out more about the history of the 1st Ranger Battalion stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.

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Ranger 2nd Battalion

2nd Ranger Battalion

Find out more about the history of the 2nd Ranger Battalion stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash.

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3rd Ranger Battalion

Find out more about the history of the 3rd Ranger Battalion stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.

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75th Ranger RGT Silhouette

RSTB

Find out more about the history of the Regimental Special Troops Battalion stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.

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