If you are a Spouse, Son, Daughter, Niece, Nephew, Grandchild, or a lineal descendant of a World War II Ranger, you are a DESCENDANT of a WW II Ranger. Go to the Membership Tab, fill out a Membership Application, and join NOW.
Ranger Morning Reports & Rosters
Morning Reports were official U.S. Army Reports filed daily by Rangers in the field during WW II to record actions and changes in personnel. They are available to Members Only. To access Morning Reports & Rosters for all Six Battalions go to the Membership Tab, join the Descendants and you will be sent a User Name & Password to access Ranger Morning Reports & Ranger Monthly Rosters. (Rosters are available for Ranger Battalions 1 thru 5 only.)
An introduction and history of the exploits of the WW II Rangers. At the time the U.S. became involved in WWII, most of Europe was engulfed and occupied by Nazi German troops. Access "The Ranger Database" to research an individual Ranger by last name. If you are interested in researching the Rangers here is a Ranger Research List.