Chris Cullipher – Rifle Instructor

The 75th Ranger Regiment (Airborne), also known as Rangers, is a Special Operations light infantry unit of the United
States Sgt Chris Cullipher 3rd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment
1 tour in Iraq 2008 in Mosul and tikrit
2 tour Afghanistan Camp bastion Helmand Province
3 Tour Kandahar and Solerno
4 Tour Kandahar ending 2012
2 Army accommodation medals
Combat infantry Badge
Expert Infantry Badge
Airborne
Master Breachers Course (Demo)
At 36 I decided to fulfill a life long dream and join the army and go into a Special Forces unit. With the 75th Rangers I got
exactly that. I was the oldest soldier to complete the Ranger Indoctrination Program. One of the Army’s most elite direct
action groups my job was to kill/capture HVT’s (high value targets.) I worked directly with the most elite forces in the
world.
My first deployment was in Mosul and Tikrit Iraq where I worked with a Delta team. We completed over 50 kill/capture
missions and several rescue missions.
My second deployment I worked with another Ranger Platoon and also ODA group which is one of the few Direct Action
groups with the Green Berets. ODA or Operational Detachment Alpha is their direct action force. Again our only job was to
track down and take out terrorist cells. During this deployment we did over 100 missions and were commended By Marine
Colonel Bristol the BCO of the Helmand Province. Gen Mcrystal also came to speak directly to my unit about our success
rate,.
My 3rd deployment to Kandahar again was much of the same continued targeting of HVT and kill/capture missions along
side of a SEAL team. If my team went out The SEAL team would be our QRF or quick reaction force. In the case of a
major engagement they would fly in and be our backup and when they would go out we would do the same.
My 4th deployment was the same working with the SEALs again we took down three terrorists cells. These three cells were
comprised of High Valued Targets and Taliban training camps. During this deployment I suffered an injury to my back and
leg during a mission. We were fast roping in on a target On the Chinook with the 160th SOAR and while coming down the
rope we were under fire and I fell from the rope roughly 15 to 20 feet. I finished out the deployment with the injury. When
we got back to the States I underwent 2 back surgeries which ended my career. I was medically discharge with full honors.
Army. The Regiment is headquartered in Fort Benning, Georgia with battalions in Fort Benning, Hunter Army Airfield and
Joint Base Lewis-McChord. It operates as a special operations force of the United States Army Special Operations
Command (USASOC).[1]
The Regiment is composed of one Special Troops Battalion and three, organizationally identical, rapidly deployable light
infantry special operations battalions with specialized skills that enable them to perform a variety of special operations
missions. These missions include airborne, air assault, and direct action operations, raids, infiltration and exfiltration by air,
land or sea in addition to airfield seizure, recovery of personnel and special equipment, and support of general purpose
forces (GPF). Each of the Regiment's three line battalions rotates as the "Ranger Ready Force". Every battalion of the
Regiment is at a constant readiness to deploy and is expected to be able to respond anywhere in the world within 18 hours..
JSOC, which is headquartered at Pope Air Force Base, NC, is widely believed to command and control what are described
as the military’s special missions units—the Army’s Delta Force, the Navy’s SEAL Team Six, the 75th Ranger Regiment,
the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, and the Air Force’s

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