U.S. Army/Jaerett Engeseth

We already knew that Army Rangers were a unique breed of badass, but performing real-time blood transfusions while under enemy fire on the battlefield takes it to an entirely new level.

Read More
Sgt. Danielle Farber, a medical instructor at the 166th Regiment Regional Training Institute at Fort Indiantown Gap, displays her Ranger tab. (U.S. Army/Brad Rhen)

When asked what Army Ranger School was like, Sgt. Danielle Farber wasn't going to beat around the bush: "It sucks."

Read More
U.S. Soldiers with 75th Ranger Regiment scale the cliffs like Rangers did during Operation Overlord 75 years ago at Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France. (U.S. Army/Markus Rauchenberger)

A "contingent" of Army Rangers are deploying to the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran, a Defense Department official confirmed to Task & Purpose.

Read More
U.S. Army Sgt. Danielle Farber (left) and Staff Sgt. Jessica Smiley (right) graduate U.S. Army Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia, Dec. 13, 2019. (U.S. Army/Sgt. Brian Calhoun)

In yet another first, two female National Guard soldiers have graduated from the U.S. Army Ranger School.

Read More
U.S. Army/Patrick Albright, Maneuver Center of Excellence

An Air Force officer became the first female airman to earn the Ranger tab last week, joining a growing group of women who have completed the Army's legendary combat leadership course.

Read More
(U.S. Army/Sgt. Austin Berner)

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, Fla. -- No one close to him knows exactly how Sgt. 1st Class Wilton "Pappy" White was removed from the Ranger Hall of Fame, which honors the best of the elite U.S. Army Rangers.

There was, however, enough question about his mysterious removal nearly 20 years ago that the work of fellow Rangers and others in the intervening years got White reinstated to the Hall of Fame earlier this month, in ceremonies at Fort Benning, Georgia.

Read More
© 2018 Hirepurpose. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service.