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Applications are being accepted for potential selection and assignment to the 75th Ranger Regiment — one of the Army’s most diverse and demanding units.
The rigorous training and assessment program is open to active-duty soldiers, male and female, in the ranks of private through master sergeant, warrant officer 1 through chief warrant officer 4, and second lieutenant through major.
Candidate applications will be screened and reviewed by leaders within the 75th Ranger Regiment, a process that can take as long eight to 12 weeks before a final decision is rendered.
Applicants who pass the unit screening will be invited to attend the Ranger Assessment and Selection program, which is conducted at Fort Benning.
Basic requirements:• Be on active duty, volunteer for an assignment and be a U. citizen.• Enlisted soldiers must have a GT (General Technical) score of 105, or higher, on the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery, while officers must be a graduate of a commissioned officer or warrant officer branch-specific Basic Officer Leader Course.• Be capable of passing initial entry physical requirements, to include the Ranger Fitness Test (58 push-ups, a five-mile run in 40 minutes or less and six chin-ups); a water survival assessment test, and a 12-mile foot march with a 35-pound rucksack and weapon in less than three hours.• Must be airborne-qualified or volunteer to attend airborne training.• Do not have any drug- or alcohol-related incidents within the last 24 months, and do not have any Uniform Code of Military Justice actions pending.• Enlisted soldiers must be eligible for a secret security clearance, with possible upgrade to top secret.
Officers must be eligible for a top secret clearance.• Women soldiers must have a negative pregnancy test within 30 days before their Ranger Assessment and Selection Program report date.
(Scroll down for full list.)Application requirements are listed below.
Waivers will be considered on a case-by-case basis, according to Army personnel officials.
Separate procedures are used to select and assess field-grade officers.The regiment, headquartered at Fort Benning, Georgia, has been a males-only unit since its activation during World War II.