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Ranger Training
Analysis to determine need for Ranger Training in U.S. Army. Risks to trainees, incl. Deaths. Training procedures. Ranger Training Brigade. Government inquiry. Recommendations to ensure safety of training.
# 10605 | 3,375 words | 5 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 14, 2003 in Education (Adult Education) , Criminology (General)


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"The purpose of this inquiry is to determine whether there is a need for Ranger training in the United States Army, and if so, why the Army continues to staff such training below minimum safe levels. Fifty-six Ranger students have died while in the Ranger Training Program since it was instituted in the 1950s. Four of these students died in a single incident in Florida in 1995. The investigations following the deaths of the four students identified certain minimum safe levels of training staffing necessary to prevent the reoccurrence of such an incident. The National Security, International Affairs, & Criminal Justice Subcommittee ("the Subcommittee") of the Government Reform and Oversight Committee ("the Committee") has all ..."

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