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5th Ranger Company (United States)

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Allegiance  United States Army
Type  Ranger light infantry
Branch  Active duty
Role  Irregular warfare
5th Ranger Company (United States)
Active  November, 20 1950 - 1 August 1951
Country  United States of America

The 5th Ranger Infantry Company (Airborne) was an airborne trained light infantry unit of the United States Army during the Korean War. The 5th Rangers being trained by the 3rd Ranger Company as part of the second cycle of Ranger companies at Fort Benning, Georgia. Which also consist of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Ranger Companies. During training the 5th Rangers received winter training at Fort Carson, Colorado.

The 5th Rangers were assigned to the US Army's 25th Infantry Division from April 31, 1951 to its inactivation on August 1, 1951.

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