When I was in the guard, I went through the 91W course in Ft. Sam (before he went to the Bragg course) with a guy who was a Marinejegerkommando. He was a stud and had the second highest test scores in our platoon behind me, which is pretty good since English isn't his native tongue.
Anyway, he gave me a badass Marinejegerkommando t-shirt and on the back it lists the "Viking Laws:"
1. Be brave and aggressive
Be direct, grab all opportunities, use varying methods of attack, be versatile and agile, attack one target at a time, don't plan everything in detail, use top quality weapons.
2. Be prepared
Keep weapons in good conditions, keep in shape, find good battle comrades, agree on important points, choose one chief.
3. Be a good merchant
Find out what the market needs, don't promise what you can't keep, don't demand overpayment, arrange things so that you can return.
4. Keep the camp in order
Keep things tidy and organized, arrange enjoyable activities which strengthen the group, make sure everybody does useful work, consult all members of the group for advice.
Ranger Class 01-00
3/75 RGR RGT '98-'02
"Utinam populus Romanus unam cervicem haberet! [If only the Roman people had one neck!]" --Caligula