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Posted: 03/01/2024

Name: Bob Williams

Message: The next USMRA meeting will be on 7 March at 1900 in the Overhang Club.

Posted: 01/25/2024

Name: Bob Williams

Message: The next USMRA meeting will be on February 1 at 1900 in the Overhang Club. This will be the “Annual” meeting during which our Board of Directors will be elected.

USMRA members are invited to attend the Change of Responsibility for outgoing CSM Blacksher on 2 February at 0800 on Mosby Army Airfield. Please, let me know if you plan to attend.

Posted: 01/02/2024

Name: Bob Williams

Message: By now many of you have heard of the tragic death of Sgt. Marc McIntyre in the line of duty while serving in the Spalding County Police Department. Those who served with him during his time at Camp Merrill remember Marc fondly.

Visitation will be at the 1st Assembly of God in Griffin, GA, from 1030 to 1300. The funeral service will be at 1300. No graveside service will be held.

Posted: 12/30/2023

Name: Bob Williams

Message: There is no USMRA meeting in January. Our next meeting will be on 1 February.

Posted: 12/21/2023

Name: Bob Williams


The U.S. Mountain Ranger Association (USMRA) stands unwavering in its commitment to fostering fellowship, brotherhood, and enduring support among all US Army Rangers. Rooted with principles of honoring and assisting our members, their families, and Rangers, both past and present. USMRA actively engages in programs that epitomize our dedication to community, service, and excellence as a charitable organization incorporated in the State of Georgia with tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3). We uphold a distinctive role as a voting member on the Ranger Hall of Fame (RHOF) Board. To ensure the most deserving and best-qualified candidates are selected for nominations, we have established a dedicated RHOF Committee within our organization.

Our core mission extends beyond conventional boundaries. We provide scholarships for graduating high school seniors linked to our USMRA family, extend crucial assistance to soldiers and families of 5th Ranger Training Battalion at Camp Frank D. Merrill, and offer ongoing support to the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade at Ft. Moore, Georgia. Additionally, we instituted a CSM Benevolence Fund, allocating $4,000 to aid soldiers in need during emergencies such as sudden family deaths, natural disasters, and unforeseen hardships. USMRA contributes $5,000 annually in December through Holiday Gift Cards, providing $250 to soldiers of Camp Merrill to alleviate financial burdens during the holiday season.

Our dedication is magnified through events such as the Annual Critter Cookout, which brings Rangers from all corners of the Earth for a weekend of fellowship and brotherhood. During this gathering, we dedicate the Fallen Ranger Memorial Road to honor six Rangers who have embarked on their Final Patrol Base. Additionally, we pay tribute to six former, but living, Ranger Instructors by naming a Planning Bay in their honor.

Call to Action: The USMRA operates on a unique principle – there are no membership dues. We operate strictly by donations, ensuring that our commitment to fostering a supportive Ranger community remains accessible. Your donation directly contributes to scholarships for the next generation, provides essential assistance to Ranger families during emergencies, ensures our soldiers feel appreciated, and supports the long life of our organization. Visit our home page to donate and join us in making a meaningful difference in the lives of our nation's heroes. Together, let's build a bridge of support, exemplifying the values and legacy of the US Army Rangers.

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