CPL Andrew Chris

CPL Andrew F. Chris from Alabama, served with B_Co of 3_75_Ranger_Bn -

Cpl. Andrew F. Chris was born on Sept. 25, 1977, in Huntsville, Ala. He volunteered for Army service in San Diego, Calif., on Sept. 24, 2001. CPL Chris was killed in action on June 26, 2003 in Bahdad Iraq.


SGT Aaron Barr

SGT Aaron Barr from Texas, served with D_Co of 1_75_Ranger_Bn -

SGT Aaron Barr served with 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment. He completed four tours of duty, one to Iraq and 3 to Afghanistan.


SFC Marcus Muralles

SFC Marcus Vinicio Muralles from Louisiana , served with B_Co of 3_75_Ranger_Bn -

SFC Marcus Muralles served most of his military career as a medic in 3/75, both in C Co and B Co. His deployments with the Regiment included combat jumps into both Afghanistan and Iraq. Marcus was KIA during the attempted rescue mission of a SEAL team on June 28, 2005 when he was serving as a Special Operations Flight Medic with the 160th SOAR.


CPL Ryan McGhee

CPL Ryan Casey McGhee from Virginia, served with D_Co of -

 

Cpl. Ryan C. McGhee, 21, was an automatic rifleman assigned to 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment at Fort Benning, Ga. He was killed by small arms fire while conducting combat operations in Central Iraq in 2009.


COL William Darby

COL William O. Darby from Arkansas, served with HHC of 1_Bn_Rangers_WWII -

 

William O. Darby (8 February 1911 - 30 April 1945) was the commanding officer of the famous Darby's Rangers in the United States Army during World War II. His legendary strength of character is a guidon to all Rangers, leading us from out front.


PV1 Robert Bridges

PV1 Robert Arthur Bridges from NC, served with B_Co of 5_Bn_Rangers_WWII -

 

Robert A. Bridges left the farm in 1940 and became one of the millions of soldiers who made up the Greatest Generation. He served more than a year with the 5th Ranger Bn, was injured in combat three times, and served his country for more than 21 years.


SPC Thomas Duncan

SPC Thomas F. Duncan from Texas, served with of 2_75_Ranger_Bn -

Ranger Duncan distinguished himself as a member of the Army’s premier lightinfantry unit, traveled to all corners of the world in support of the Global War on Terrorism, and fought valiantly to "uphold the prestige, honor, and high ‘esprit de corps’ of the Ranger Regiment."


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