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    Repost, but still awesome photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilo_61 View Post
    Man I was all excited to see Ranger Green gear hadn't gone totally by the wayside and then I saw the date...
    So they don´t use RG gear anymore? My God, a really big bunch of dudes are going to get mad and to waste a good amount of cash to get the correct gear for their "loadout".

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    I just always thought it was effective as far as being a versatile color and it also made it easy to pick out Rangers (or DEA FAST) in the photos. I'm not an airsofter or anything but I just thought it looked cool. But you are right, a lot of people are going to be pissed off about their airsoft kits. Sucks for them. They'll just have to spend a little more money.

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    I was originally told the 75th went with RG because it was a solid color supposedly the hardest to detect at night. I'm not sure what the thought on going khaki is. I think their trying to keep to a neutral color kit and change the pouches as camouflage changes. Guys are still using RG pouches, but the direction from what I hear is to go to MC pouches. The RG kits, spray painted helmets, and Cryes was certainly a cool looking era for Rangers. I think they're much better camouflaged now. From what I hear they are getting Ops Core helmets with mesh Crye helmet covers here soon. It might be a more badass look.

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    A Ranger from 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment on a mission to capture a Haqqani network leader in Khost Province, Afghanistan, Feb. 7, 2012. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Brian A. Kohl)

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    1st BN., 75th Ranger Regiment conducted a dedication of the new Dahlke-Hario Combat Readiness Training Facility and combat awards ceremony on March 16.

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    This is a link for the video of the pics above

    http://www.wtoc.com/story/17178718/r...cts-of-courage

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    I really like the look of the full color patches/devices with the multicam.

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    1st BN., 75th Ranger Regiment conducted a dedication of the new Dahlke-Hario Combat Readiness Training Facility and combat awards ceremony on March 16.

    Does any one has de ID of the US Navy Official in AOR 2 uniform ???

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    Upon reading his nametape I believe it says: McRaven.

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    Good pics of the Rangers. A very tough group of guys.

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    ADM McRaven USSOC Commander and that was a **** load of silver stars.

    And whoever was in the middle of that board did some stupid silly ****, brnze star, silver star, JSCM, purple heart and an ARCOM(really?) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardmack View Post
    ADM McRaven USSOC Commander and that was a **** load of silver stars.

    And whoever was in the middle of that board did some stupid silly ****, brnze star, silver star, JSCM, purple heart and an ARCOM(really?) .
    They awarded around 80 soldiers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardmack View Post
    ADM McRaven USSOC Commander and that was a **** load of silver stars.

    And whoever was in the middle of that board did some stupid silly ****, brnze star, silver star, JSCM, purple heart and an ARCOM(really?) .
    Thanks, So ADM William H. McRaven is a SEAL??? good to know that!!!

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