An original collection of unissued US Ranger Cloth Insignia comprising Shoulder Titles for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Ranger battalions along with one diamond shaped “Rangers” and small rectangular “Ranger” sleeve insignia.
The U.S. Army Rangers were, at least in theory, intended to be a special amphibious raiding force in the same vein as the British Commandos and U.S. Marine Raiders. On the western front, this specialty was rarely exploited after the D-Day landings, although the 6th Rangers were more properly used in the Philippines. This organization applies to a newer cadre of Rangers formed in 1943, taking effect in February 1944 after Darby's Rangers (1st, 3rd and 4th Rangers) were destroyed in Italy.
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