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Posted: 09/28/2022

Name: Michael Perry

Message: Thomas Watkins “Tom” Perry, Jr. passed away unexpectedly on September 21, 2022. Tom graduated from the 4-71 Ranger School and spent some memorable time with P Company (Airborne) 75th Infantry (Ranger) Regiment in the RVN. Service will take place at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA. Specifics will be shared soon. Tom greatly enjoyed his time with the USMRA, especially the Critter Cookouts! RLTW

Posted: 09/27/2022

Name: Bob Suchke

Message: LTG David E. Grange Funeral details:

The General's Funeral is on October 6th at the Ft Benning Chapel @ 1000 hours followed by trip to Ft Mitchell Cemetery across the river in Alabama for burial.

At 1400 hours the Infantry Museum will host a gathering of the family and others

ARTB is in charge of everything.

no additional information at this time.

RIP

RLTW Sir!

Posted: 09/22/2022

Name: Bob Williams

Message: You’re not going to want to miss this event!

October 7, 2022, will be the Mountain Ranger Family October Feast!

It will be a great way to get families together and enjoy one another’s company.

This event will be at the Overhang on Camp Merrill at 5:30 PM.

This will be for 5th RTB cadre and families, along with the US Mountain Ranger Association members and families.

It will be a potluck event. Click on the link below and sign-up to see what you could bring!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A084CA5AB2AA7F85-mountain

We will also have a raffle and activities for children!

Posted: 09/12/2022

Name: Bob Suchke

Message: Sad news to report.

I just received word that Lieutenant General David E. Grange passed away on Sunday evening 11 September. Only other details are that he will be buried at the Fort Mitchell, Alabama cemetery near Fort Benning later this month. Further details will be posted when available. General Grange is an icon in the Ranger Community and his presence will be sorely missed.

RLTW!

Posted: 09/01/2022

Name: Bob Williams

Message:

Bill, The deceased students will receive their Ranger Tabs at a ceremony on 15 September. A commemorative monument is in the planning stage.

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