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Modern US Army Ranger Squad . . Need an fortified airstripe captured, or a city block quickly cleared out? Then the Rangers will get the job done. They're the "best of the best" when it comes to infantry roles. They basically do what the infantry do, just better. Shown here are six members of the US Army's 75th Ranger Regiment. From left to right: Automatic Rifleman, US Army Combat Robotics Technician(embedded with the Ranger squad), Rifleman/Grenadier, Rifleman/Team Leader, Rifleman, and Designated Marksman. Another picture. Front view of 1st Lt. Paul Foley, showing pouches on vest, M4A1(with Aimpoint Red Dot scope, AN/PEQ2, verticla foregrip), details, etc. Sorry about the weird shine near the gun's scope, I was in a hurry to get the pics taken, as I was on my covered porch with rain barely hitting me. Back view, showing his hydration carrier, M67 frag, and flashbang. Front view of Cpl. Ryan Handler. He controls the combat robot on the right. He was embedded in a Ranger unit as a sort of 'experiment' to see how the idea would perform; while adopting the style of the helmet and vest, he decieded to keep on his ACU blouse and desert tan boots. His weapons is an M4A1 with an Aimpoint Red Dot scope, AN/PEQ2 IR Laser unit, and vertical foregrip. Just a back view, not much but the hydration carrier. Front view of SPC Mike Sprint, showing his M4A1(with a EO Tech holosight and AN/PEQ2). Nightvision system on his ACH/MICH 2000 helmet, black velcro patches on it, and a brownish 'cateyes' band. Back view, showing his radio, hydration carrier, M1911 pistol, M67 frag, and the two 'light up' panels(the light green squares) on his 'cateyes' band. Front view of Staff Sgt. Eric McCoy showing his SR-25 sniper weapon system, details, etc. Back view showing M67 frag, hydration carrier, laser designator, etc. Front view of Cpl. Jeremy Howell, showing his Mk 48 Mod 1(which sports a EO Tech holosight, a foregrip, bipod, and custom 200 rd box mag), two box mag pouches, nightvision, ESS goggles, etc. Back view, showing three-day assault pack and M67 frag. Front view of Sgt. James Ferrier, showing his M4A1(which has a PVS-14, EO-Tech holosight, AN/PEQ-15, and M203 grenade launcher) and other front details. Back view, M67 frag(not sure why he has it though, since he has an M203), flashbang, hydration carrier, pouch, etc. One last pic for good measure. ________________________________________________________________________________ -I entered this in a military contest on flickr. Wish me luck! -Story/series about them is soon to come. -I gave them names, as I will be making more military figs in the future. -Hope you liked them and feel free to leave comments and suggestions. -Please don't ask how I made something if it was already asked and answered, I've been asked about the ACU about 5 times now and it's quite annoying.


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