Most individuals represent the unit in which they are currently serving by wearing a patch on their uniform. The 2nd Ranger BN Multicam Unit patch by Action Embroidery represents service with the 2nd Battalion in the 75th Ranger Regiment. The patch consists of a multicam ribbon with RANGER written in the middle, 2nd on the left side, and BN on the right side. The 2nd Battalion is one of three special operations commando Ranger units, and one of four current Ranger Battalions. The battalion is currently stationed in Fort Lewis, Washington. In order to qualify for any of these battalions, an individual must first complete the Army Ranger School, which is one of the most difficult courses a soldier can volunteer to participate in. Most who fail to graduate drop out in the first week. The school lasts for over two months, and personnel may be assigned to a Ranger battalion upon completion.
When attaching the patch, it is important to follow the rules for placement on the ACU. This piece takes only minutes to sew on with a machine or by hand. Order yours today.