Living the Ranger Creed after service is a benefit to the Ranger and our communities. There are a number of ways to stay involved with Rangers from your era and the modern-day barrel-chested freedom fighters.
Nothing benefits an active duty Ranger more than a Ranger Veteran willing to share lessons learned in civilian professional endeavors. Check out the requirements to become a Ranger mentor to see if it is right for you.
If you know of a business or organization that would benefit from adding a transitioning Ranger to their team, we want to hear about it. See the listing of Ranger-friendly careers and contact Three Ranger Foundation to be added to the list.
Living the Ranger Creed is a lifetime responsibility and an opportunity to make "my Ranger Regiment" better every day. Staying connected benefits not only you but your Ranger buddy as well.
POP members receive monthly Army recruiting updates with information they can share with their communities, as well as invitations to participate in local recruiting activities and connect with recruiters in their local are
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