United States Rangers

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United States Rangers

United States Rangers.png

Rangers lead the way

General Information
Founded September, 2008
Disbanded October 15, 2010
Country Flag-USA.jpg USA
Colors Black, Yellow
Total Soldiers Classified
Part of United States Armed Forces

The Army Ranger Division was first formed by GEN mishu, of the United States Army, in September 2008. It was later resurrected when 3rd (US) Infantry Division in May 2009. It was later disbanded and all personnel transferred to the Airborne. However, it was later re-ignited in the Army Rangers Program, continued in both Army Groups after the split of the US Army, and was grandfathered into the United States Cavalry. It was used for a variety of tasks, before eventual deactivation on the 15th of October 2010.


Birth of the Army Rangers

? Battalions? Companies?

  • February 2010, Gen Hadrian X split the Army into 3 branches: The Army Rangers Battalion transferred to Army High Command.

The ARMY Split

The original Ranger Battalion of the US Army was transferred to United States Army High Command, whilst in the United States Army Group East, the Ranger Division was under the command of LTCOL Ethix.

Rebirth in the United States Cavalry

The Ranger Division was grandfathered in from the Cavalry's predecessor, Army Group East. Throughout its operation, it was used first as a high activity & strength combat unit, and then as a battle commander training unit in Erepublik V2. The Ranger Division was last under the command of Avruch and his XO Bishop M. It was deactivated on October 15, 2010, for lack of missions and personnel.

Structure & Organization

The different stages of the various Ranger programs make it hard to piece together the structure and organization of the force definitely, however, it is known that at one point, the Rangers program was comprised of only a Company of men, later a Battalion, at some point the entire 3rd Division, and later a new cavalry Division, in which there were two "teams", or platoons, of men.

During the United States Ranger Division's activity in the Cavalry, it initially had much freedom over recruitment, training and operations, operating its own initial training course for new recruits, the Ranger Indoctrination Program (more commonly known as "Ranger School"). Later, however, this freedom was clamped down upon, with the unit being forced to select new troops from within the Cavalry. With it's declining number of rangers due to Version Two's population decreases, it was eventually decided to deactivate the Ranger program.

Past Command Staff

Commanding Officer Executive Officer Length of Service
Tremaine Unknown - Unknown
Onishi Unknown - Unknown
NXNW Unknown - Unknown
COL Gannonus Unknown - Unknown
COL Ethix Unknown - August ~16, 2010
COL Avruch August ~16, 2010 - October 15, 2010

Military Decorations and Awards of the United States Rangers

Army Rangers Ribbon

  • Ribbon - US Army Rangers.png To be worn by all who participate in Army Ranger missions.

eUS Rangers Ribbon

eUS Rangers may wear one of the following two ribbons to indicate their participation in the eUS Rangers.

  • Ribbon - United States Rangers - Qualified.png To be worn by those who graduate from the Cavalry's Ranger Indoctrination Program and grandfathered United States Army Group East Ranger Indoctrination Program.
  • Ribbon - United States Rangers - Officer.png To be worn by all eUS Ranger officers.

Participation in specified Ranger missions grant the soldier/officer to wear an oak leaf, as indicated by the eUS Rangers Commander.

  • Ribbon addition - Bronze Oak Leaf.png To represent five Ranger missions
  • Ribbon addition - Silver Oak Leaf.png To represent twenty-five Ranger missions

Emblems deactivated with the restructuring of the Rangers program.