The 3rd Ranger BN Multicam patch by Action Embroidery identifies a person as a member of the 3rd Battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment. The patch features a multicam ribbon with RANGER prominently in the middle, 3rd on the left side, and BN on the right side. The 3rd Battalion is currently based in Fort Benning, Georgia, and is known as one of three elite special operations commandos. Becoming a Ranger is no small feat in the Army. In order to qualify, individuals must first complete Ranger School, which is notorious for being one of the most difficult training courses a soldier may volunteer for. The school lasts for over two months, and most of the individuals who do not pass drop out within the first week. Individuals who graduate from Ranger School may be assigned to one of the four current Ranger Battalions.
The Army has specific rules regarding the placement of patches on the uniform. This piece is easy to sew on by hand or with a machine. Order today to start representing your service in the 3rd Ranger Battalion.