RRD early days

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RRD early days

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Hi all. I`m not a Ranger and not a military but I`m interested about history of 75th Ranger Regiment...
And some time ago in sofrep.com I find something about RRD
http://sofrep.com/21408/75th-ranger-reg ... etachment/.
After I read it I have some qestions about early days (80`s to early 90`s)
of RRD:
What was different in RRD from other rangers in other detachments? They are had any
specific patches or something on them uniform? RRD was conduct
reconnaissance procedures in a field in that time period or directly work in HQ
only on Regimental Commander when planning operations? Thanks for any info!

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You're welcome.

Anything else?
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centermass wrote:You're welcome.

Anything else?
:lol:

Try a Navy Seal site bud. They're prone to flapping their gums to anyone that'll listen.
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Richard Cranium wrote:
centermass wrote:You're welcome.

Anything else?
:lol:

Try a Navy Seal site bud. They're prone to flapping their gums to anyone that'll listen.
To hell with a site, there's approximately 900,000 books and movies....all released in the last twenty minutes.


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Yeah, Seals are like guys with big ears, who will listen to them. And if someone can watch all Seals tv shows and will not take breaks for food - that man can die of starvation. From Seals civilians can get tons of info but more of this need rectification. I know this and therefore I asked Rangers about RRD...

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Anything beyond what you've read in public is still classified. We do not and will not discuss it further. Thank you. Enjoy the site.
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Ok. No problem, thanks for your answers

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