The Scope of the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment (Command Staff)
United States Army 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment (3-75RR)) is a community that aims to provide a realistic simulated special operations environment. The higher objective of which is to create an environment which is conducive to allow growth of its members mentally in teamwork, leadership, and morality.
The missions of the 75th Ranger Regiment is to plan and conduct special missions in support of US policy and objectives. As such, the 75th Ranger Regiment conducts large-scale joint forcible entry operations while simultaneously executing surgical special operations raids across the globes. These missions include:
Direct Action: These Missions are designed to seize, destroy, capture enemy facilities and/or materials. Rangers are trained and equipped to deliver maximum surprise and shock to opponents.
Airfield Seizure: The Ranger Regiment is the Nation's premier choice for forced entry operations. The Ranger Regiment's capability to conduct airborne operations into hostile territory is strategically essential to our offensive military power and reach.
Special Reconnaissance: The intelligence gathering activities are designed to monitor, find and fix hostile forces for future operations or strategic decision making.
Personnel Recovery: Rangers are trained to evacuate or rescue civilians and prisoners of war, or capture designated enemy personnel in politically sensitive areas, hostile terrain, or enemy held territory.
Clandestine Insertion: To place maximum surprise and shock on the enemy, the Ranger Regiment uses special techniques and equipment to infiltrate enemy territory, seize the initiative, and achieve surprise over hostile forces.
Sensitive Site Exploitation: Leveraging their combination of cutting edge equipment and lethal, responsive strike forces, the Regiment collects and analyses information gathered on missions to conduct rapid follow-on operations that keep aggressors off-balance and unable to react.
WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU
You must complete your Candidate Selection within the 1 month of your recruitment (special exceptions can be made in certain scenarios). If no exception has been made, and you are unable to commit to this expectation, you will be recycled from the unit and you may reapply once you feel you’re ready.
If you’re online, be connected in teamspeak (setting yourself on mute and away status while you are in another Teamspeak is fine!).
Keep yourself up-to-date with the unit forums. All important/pertinent information will be posted here regularly, so this is always a good place to get information.
When playing in servers outside of the 3-75RR while you are wearing our tags, you are expected to uphold the 3-75RR name in the most professional and respectable manner that you can, no exceptions (this includes forums and other online communities).
Maintain activity on the website / game servers / and teamspeak
Participate in events
Adhere to our Code of Conduct and Realism culture
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER
Respect and professional gameplay
Active community that will help you learn what you need to learn
Communication and an organized community
Access to our training server, Arma operation server, as well as a team to play on our public server
To get to know you
For our purposes Basic Training consists of two separate phases: Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, and Basic Airborne School.
Ranger Assessment and Selection Program (RASP)
Ranger Assessment and Selection Program is a four day cycle. Each “day” consists of a 1.5-2 hour session, and must be completed in order. These classes will be hosted on a weekly basis and if a day is missed, it can be made up in another class or the student can wait to continue with the next cycle. Upon graduation after Day 4, students will be allowed to choose a billet and be given instructions for reporting into and requesting that billet assignment.
Basic Airborne School (BAS)
All new candidates going 11B, 11C, 25C, 69W and 153A, Airborne School is part of your pipeline after RASP. This will teach candidates not only the skills required of fast roping and static-line parachuting itself, but the techniques required to exit the aircraft in a timely manner so that a stick or chalk stays together. BAS is the last formal entry level training required to apply to become a pilot, so if that is your goal then you do not need to complete any further training if there is an aviation opening, and you must now find an Flight Instructor to receive your next assignment.
Combat Medical School (CMS)
Upon completion on RASP all members entering the 68W Occupational Field will enter the Combat Medical School (CMS) after RASP. Here, they will take part in a one day course over the span of one week designed to teach new 68Ws the basics of casualty care.
SPECIAL RECRUITING POLICIES
Should any new members join the unit and bring with them two or more friends, that complete RASP, we will allow one of the group members to be authorized a meritorious promotion to the rank of Private First Class. The group members must decide who among them shall receive this meritorious promotion. Should the members not agree then no meritorious promotion shall be authorized. This promotion does not come with a guarantee of a leadership billet. Additionally, If six or more members of a group complete RASP, one of the members is authorized meritorious Specialist and one member meritorious Private First Class with the same guidelines of selection as above. No other meritorious promotions are authorized.
Attendance is paramount to the success of this organization and we want to encourage you to take the initiative and get involved using your skills. Ask your NCO about opportunities with the S-Shops if you want to step up and get more involved, however, simply showing up is more than enough! Thank you for applying to be selected as a 3-75RR Candidate, and welcome to the community!
3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment