Ranger Hall of Fame Welcomes 32 New Members

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Ranger Hall of Fame Welcomes 32 New Members

Thirty-two Army Rangers have been inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame in honor of their contributions to the famed regiment and the Army.

The ceremony, which took place in late July at Fort Benning, Georgia, recognized the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021—each with 16 inductees—representing “America’s most extraordinary Rangers.” The ceremony was several months in the making, especially for the 2020 inductees, whose ceremony was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. ‘Partner of Choice’ For Indo-Pacific Partners

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U.S. ‘Partner of Choice’ For Indo-Pacific Partners

The U.S. is a partner of choice when it comes to training and advising allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific region, an Army special operations leader said.

“We’re the partner of choice because the U.S. has extensive combat experience,” said Col. Owen Ray, commander of the 1st Special Forces Group.

More than One Way to Complete the Mission

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More than One Way to Complete the Mission

Army special operations provides a suite of invaluable tools to the nation, said Lt. Gen. Kenneth E. Tovo, who leads U.S. Army Special Operations Command.

Spreading the Gospel of Special Operations

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Spreading the Gospel of Special Operations

The U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School would be good model to use in building a larger “intellectual hub” for spreading the word about special operations technology and tactics, a recent report says.