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    I love that video, great work by someone with far too much free time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stick.up.kid View Post
    I'm no Ranger, but I might just have to buy that shirt because of how awesome it is

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    There are a lot of "awesome" military shirts out there being worn by those who didn't earn them.

    You're in the Army, right? Put in for Ranger school first, earn the tab, and then get the tshirt.
    Then you'll have the advantage of actually having fought tigers when you sport the shirt.

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    Pictures of Rangers.

    Not random barely related ****e.

    Go on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave81 View Post
    There are a lot of "awesome" military shirts out there being worn by those who didn't earn them.

    You're in the Army, right? Put in for Ranger school first, earn the tab, and then get the tshirt.
    Then you'll have the advantage of actually having fought tigers when you sport the shirt.
    Dave ur absolutely right except for one thing, there are few awesome commercial military shirts, all a lil too tacky for me - this being tacky to a hilarious degree. But yes, I'd feel like a d-bag wearing that bc of the massive tab regardless of how much I enjoy the vid it references

    P.s. Never reply to a post on mp.net on a blackberry... F*ing hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostryder View Post





    LOL. nice pics dood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadKarma26 View Post
    LOL. nice pics dood.
    6,000 posts later, and you still managed to quote all the pictures.

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    Because he took them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadKarma26 View Post
    LOL. nice pics dood.
    sry bk, found them on some vid gm forum, wonder how they got there....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albatross View Post
    So after the assessment is complete they have the option as to whether or not to go to ranger school?
    As said not right away, but it opens up the oportunity to in the future. They are actually trying out for a specific PSYOP BN, which exclusivly supports the various Ranger BN's.

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    I like those Vietnam era ones.
    Does anyone here know of any good books on Rangers in Vietnam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by khalifah View Post
    I like those Vietnam era ones.
    Does anyone here know of any good books on Rangers in Vietnam?
    Swing over to Amazon.com and there are tons of books on the subject. Here's a start - http://www.amazon.com/Phantom-Warrio.../dp/0804119406

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    a few more Vietnam era pictures








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    Don't wanna be too **** but the today existing 75th Ranger Regiment was designated as such in 1986, and while the modern day Rangers surely descend from the Vietnam era 75th Infantry Regiment (Ranger) (founded in 1969) and the Rangers/LRRPs before that, there's already a thread that has tons of great Vietnam-era Ranger/Lurp-pics:

    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...d.php?t=125381

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