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Posted: 11/27/2022

Name: Bob Williams

Message: Join us Thursday, 1 December at the Overhang at 1900 for the monthly USMRA meeting.

Posted: 11/11/2022

Name: Bob Williams

Message:

Mark your calendars:

Critter Cookout - 28 April 2023
5th RTB Open House - 29 April 2023
5th RTB Ranger Ball - 5 May 2023

We hope to see as many members as possible attend all three events.

Posted: 10/31/2022

Name: Bob Suchke

Message: I am sad to announce the passing of one of our members, Ranger Jack Thrasher. Jack was Ranger Class 6-70 Honor graduate. He served in A/2/325 in the 82nd Abn Div. During his 1st tour in Vietnam he served with A/1/503 & D/4/503 173rd Abn Bde. He was a Ranger Instructor at MRC 1971-72. On a second tour he was Sr Advisor to the 22nd Vietnamese Ranger Bn.

Jack was born and raised in Montana, earned an appointment to the Air Force Academy, chose an Army Commission and elected to become an Airborne Ranger. He ultimately became a Captain during his time serving during the Vietnam War. During his service, he earned two air medals, four army commendation medals, the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, and the Vietnamese Ranger Badge. After his retirement from the service, he continued to advocate for veterans’ organizations, and proudly wore his Ranger apparel throughout his life.

Jack will be missed by all who knew him. RIP> RLTW!

Posted: 10/28/2022

Name: Bob Williams

Message: Get your horse and wagon out of the barn and head toward Camp Merrill. The next USMRA meeting will be held Thursday, 3 November at 1900 in the Overhang.

Posted: 10/08/2022

Name: DONALD E. GROSS, JR.

Message:

The "Eatin Meetin" was held last night. It was one of the best events that we have had. Recommend that we continue this format for all future Oct meetings.

As an exclusively Ranger and Ranger Family event, it represented one of the finest examples of Ranger Brotherhood.

Ed Gross

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