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'Expendable' WWII Merrill's Marauders survive into their 100s

By Jonnie Melillo Clasen, Merrill’s Marauders Liaison Officer /

Three Merrill’s Marauders, 1944 survivors of the secret mission of almost 3,000 presidential volunteers who fought through the disease-ridden “forgotten theater” of World War II, the China-Burma-India Theater, have lived to the age of 101. 1,414 more words

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Oldest WW II Merrill's Marauder John Jones dies at 101

By Jonnie Melillo Clasen /

The oldest remaining original World War II Merrill’s Marauder, John M. Jones, died peacefully July 26 in Greeneville, Tenn., surrounded by his family. 581 more words

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Chaplain Corps celebrates 241st anniversary

By Chaplain (Capt.) Brad Kattelmann, STB, 75th Ranger Regiment /

Father, chappy, padre, chaps, preacher, rabbi, imam – each of these is a familiar name for the man or woman responsible for providing the religious support to our nation’s Army. 560 more words

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Ranger Hall of Fame welcomes 2016 Inductees

By Lindsay Marchello, Bayonet & Saber /

Fifteen retired Rangers were inducted into the 2016 Ranger Hall of Fame class, and one retired Soldier was recognized as an honorary inductee, during a ceremony held July 14 in Marshall Auditorium. 478 more words

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75th Rangers capture softball championship crown

By Gerald Williams, Bayonet & Saber /

The 75th Ranger Regiment and the 2nd Battalion, 58th Infantry softball teams went head-to-head for the Commander’s Cup softball championship July 14 at Gowdy Field. 375 more words

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PTSD, Butterflys, and "Not Organic, but better - Milk" with Jon Jackson

We had the privilege of sitting down and having some good conversation with former Army Ranger and STAG VETS President, Jon Jackson.  In this episode you get to hear a lot about Jon from his life before, during, and after his time in the military.   214 more words

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Staff Sergeant Leroy Arthur Petry

This is from Home Of The Heros.


The President of the United States
in the name of The Congress
takes pleasure in presenting the
Medal of Honor… 375 more words