After reading +Cory Smith‘s post on “The Power of the Ranger Creed“, Ranger Hall of Fame Member Colonel (Retired) Keith Nightingale emailed me this and I reprint it here with his permission – RLTW km
Finally, the last stanza of the Creed is spoken “…… tho I be the lone survivor!” The group raises its voice several degrees, spits the words out with a single breath and without orders, breaks away to their various home stations for cleanup, recovery and rest. The Rangers are home for another twelve hours. The sounds of the Creed dissipate in the cold, dry wind but are not lost to either those that spoke them or to those that faced the full measure of their meaning. The Ranger Creed is more than words, they are a life. And they materially assist those charged with taking it from others.
"Frankly Opinionated" says
A great visual on the application of "The Creed". Thanks Karl.
nice one you US lads from an Aussie SAS veteran