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Get Tabbed: How to Graduate Army Ranger School
Get Tabbed: How to Graduate Army Ranger School


 
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Our Price: $23.95
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 759968072948
Author: Bronston Clough


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Lessons from a Former Army Ranger Instructor


Get Tabbed provides:



  • A 20-Day PT Plan designed by Ranger Instructors to maximize your preparation time

  • Actual comments from patrolling grade sheets (ORs)

  • Description of all RAP Week Events and what is required to pass them

  • Advice from Ranger Instructors to graduate Ranger School

  • Patrolling Tips to ensure your success on graded patrols

  • Lots of physical training and nutrition advice

  • An understanding of what to expect from the Ranger Instructors

  • Common medical injuries seen at Ranger School and how to prevent them

  • The mental preparation required to earn the Ranger Tab!


Get Tabbed reviews:



Bronston has paved the path to the door of U. S. Army Ranger School
—Brace E. Barber, Author, No Excuse Leadership, Lessons from the U.S. Army's Elite Rangers


Bronston has it right! This book provides the reader all the tools that anyone would need to be successful at U.S. Army Ranger School. He breaks the course down to eliminate the unknown, which is one of the biggest hazards a Soldier will face prior to going through the course. The Ranger School experience of leadership and training can?t just be read about, it has to be lived! Take the knowledge that you gain from reading this book and move on to the Ranger Objective.
—MAJ Rob Robinson Company Commander, 4th Ranger Training Battalion 05-07


My Battalion Commander assigned me as the OIC of the Ranger School Train Up program. After looking extensively online, I found Get Tabbed and was amazed at the level of detail and the unlimited recommendations that Bronston Clough provided throughout the book. This book is a must buy for all Soldiers who are considering attending the most sought after school in the Army.
—CPT Andrew Taylor

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5 of 5 Outstanding Guide April 8, 2020
Reviewer: trooperheath (Amazon Customer)  
Just got through reading this book and anyone who is familiar with the military and the workings of the Army Rangers I feel will agree that this book is an amazing asset!

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5 of 5 Highly recommended! April 8, 2020
Reviewer: Donnie (Amazon Customer)  
Great read before attending Ranger! Highly recommended.

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5 of 5 to be a ranger April 8, 2020
Reviewer: Rob (Amazon Customer)  
Lots of good info. Would really help me out as I will be attending school soon. I like the training program.

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5 of 5 A must have if you plan to attend Ranger School! April 8, 2020
Reviewer: Hardcharger (Amazon Review)  
Everyone knows that you need a plan to achieve your goals. This book is your ready made plan to not only succeed at Ranger School, but to excel while doing it. If you plan to go to U.S. Army
Range School you need this book to get you through one of the toughest training schools the U.S. military has to offer.

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5 of 5 Not for the Weak or Fainthearted!! April 8, 2020
Reviewer: T.A.L. Dozer (Amazon Review)  
“Get Tabbed: How to Graduate Army Ranger School” by Bronston Clough is an excellent primer for the uninitiated. I wish when I went to Ranger School in the early 90s I had this book to prep me. The details provide in this book come straight from a former Ranger Instructor (RI); who better to get this information from? It is one thing to gleam information from graduates but another thing to get if from an RI with all his additional institutional knowledge of the background workings of Ranger School. The book covers history, patrol grading, spot reports, physical requirements, ranger stakes and host of relevant information. The only thing that stood out to me, that I questioned was the recommendation to run barefooted to toughen up your feet prior to going to the course (page 50). Now as a disclaimer I am no super PT-stud and don’t know what I don’t know. But, I think this could lead to injuries prior to attending a grueling course. However, back when I was in the 75th Ranger Regiment, I wore my Jungle Boots without socks to toughen my feet but I never ever went barefoot. This point aside this is an excellent book and I highly recommend it to any Ranger prospect. RLTW!

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