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ELITE - The best or most skilled members of a group.

Special Operations encompass the use of small units in direct or indirect military actions focused on
strategic or operational objectives. They require units with combinations of trained specialized
personnel, equipment, and tactics that exceed the routine capabilities of conventional military forces.

Special Operations are characterized by certain attributes that cumulatively distinguish them from
conventional operations. These operations are politically sensitive missions where only the best
equipped and most proficient forces must be deployed to avoid detection and possible mission failure that
can result in damage to the U. S.



The history of the American Ranger is a long and colorful one and is a saga of courage, daring, and outstanding leadership. It is a story of men whose skills in the art of fighting have seldom been surpassed...


The history of the U.S. Ranger did not begin with Robert Rogers in the 1750s. Units specifically designated as Rangers and using Ranger tactics were employed on the American frontier as early as 1670. The Rangers of Captain Benjamin Church brought the Indian Conflict known as "King Phillip's War" to a successful conclusion in 1675.

Rangers were organized in 1756 by Major Robert Rogers, a native of New Hampshire, who recruited nine companies of American colonists to fight for the British during the French and Indian War. Ranger techniques and methods of operation were an inherent characteristic of the American frontiersmen; however, Major Rogers was the first to capitalize on them and incorporate them into the fighting doctrine of a permanently organized fighting force.

In the French and Indian War (1754-1763), the famous Robert Rogers developed the Ranger concept to an extent never known before. A soldier from boyhood, Rogers had a magnetic personality. Operating in the days when commanders personally recruited their men, he was articulate and persuasive, and knew his trade. He published a list of 28 common sense rules, and a set of standing orders stressing operational readiness, security, and tactics.
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"In my opinion these are 'SOME' of the most skilled players in our organization.   I have selected them for a certain reasons based on skill, game or team play, intelligence and etc.   They each contribute to the team in their own way and without them, the team would be incomplete.  I believe that listed below are the absolute best of the best."          --- GOA.Vern=VHB=

G.O.A. Vern's Elite Rangers:

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