VOL. 22 - NO. 3
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The 75th Ranger Regiment Is No Longer an All-Male Unit

The 75th Ranger Regiment has been a boys-only club since its inception. That just changed. For the first time in history, a female Ranger will join the men of the 75th Ranger Regiment. At the tail end of 2016, three female soldiers started a RASP 2 class -- the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, for NCOs in the rank of staff sergeant and above as well as all officers who wish to be leaders in the 75th Ranger Regiment -- and two made it to the final board. According to the U.S. Army Special Operations Command's more


The 75th Ranger Regiment Is No Longer an All-Male Unit

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