Just did a two day, 14 mile trip on the Appalachian Trail with my three daughters. We went on the Carver's Gap route. When we climbed the largest mountain on that route, "Big Hump Mountain" I bumped into two people. A young girl and a really old guy. The young girl noticed the Ranger shirt and my girls wearing ACU pants and asked if I was military. She then told me she was just back from Afghanistan with the Marines. The old guy was her dad who was in the Marines in Vietnam. He saw the Ranger shirt and asked what class did I go to. I said 5-85, and he immediately responded with 6-76.
I keep finding Rangers in the oddest places.
A & C Company, 3rd Ranger Battalion 1984-1986
2/325, 82nd Airborne 1979-1984
F Company, 51st LRSU 1986-1988
5th Special Forces Group 1989-1995
3rd Special Forces Group 1997-1999
RS - DHG 5-85