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Twitter icon A stylized bird with an open mouth, tweeting. LinkedIn icon The word "in". Fliboard icon A stylized letter F. Early in the morning on June 6, , US Army Rangers stormed the beaches of Normandy and scaled foot cliffs under fire to eliminate German artillery that threatened the Allied spearhead into enemy-occupied Europe. On Wednesday, June 5, , US Army Rangers made the same climb to honor the courage and sacrifice of the US troops who were killed or wounded in the assault 75 years earlier.
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Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following an early morning naval bombardment of the German position, three companies from the 2nd Ranger Battalion began their assault on Pointe du Hoc, landing under fire at the base of the steep cliffs. The Rangers climbed up wet ropes and ladders in damp, muddy uniforms as German bullets and grenades rained down on their assault. It took about half an hour for the invading Rangers to reach the top, where they battled against fierce resistance to find and destroy five of the six enemy guns, which had actually been moved farther inland before the assault.
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More than men from the 2nd Battalion fought to take Pointe du Hoc. When they were finally relieved after two days of fighting, there were only about 90 Rangers still standing. But during these raids, many Rangers were lost, and out of necessity, the Rangers adopted a new tradition of replenishing their ranks by absorbing other companies and groups of soldiers who had shown skill and fortitude in other operations. These select remnant groups have come out on top against formidable odds, battle-experienced, and Ranger-ready -- like the th special composition force formed to regain control of the Burma Road from the Japanese during World War II.
This regiment marched 1, miles from its training camp in India through the Burmese jungle, emerging victorious after dozens of firefights with Japanese soldiers [source: SpecialOperations.
And in the Vietnam War, long-range patrols -- small platoons capable of remaining undetected behind enemy lines for long periods of time -- conducted raids and reconnaissance. These patrols were then absorbed by the Ranger regiments fighting there.
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Because of the wartime status and the need for new recruits, the Ranger candidates trained in the form of actual missions -- the "in-country Ranger school" [source: SpecialOperations. Only after proving that their value and skill sets were in line with the Rangers' were the recruits formally indoctrinated.
zookeeper01.slashjobs.io/rotyv-comprare-zithromax-antibiotic.php So what are the skills and qualities required of an U. Army Ranger? In this article, we'll look at Rangers -- where they came from and what they do. In the next section, we'll look at the history of the Army Rangers. How the U. Army Works.
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