Our home base is Camp Frank D. Merrill. We appreciate the support of CFM and the 5th Ranger Training Battalion. We in-turn offer our support of activities conducted by 5th RTB and the soldiers assigned to this cherished unit.

We hope you enjoy your tour of Camp Merrill and some of the photos taken at the 5th RTB Open House 2001 and the 50th Anniversary of Ranger training at CFM.

The USMRA has no hidden agenda; thus, we offer for public viewing our Constitution and By-Laws. We are especially proud of our Unit Crest that was designed by Mike Ramsey. A complete description is also available which describes in detail each of the symbols on the Crest.

We began as a small force and have grown to over 1296 members living around the globe. We all share the same heritage and believe wholeheartedly in one thing--the Ranger Creed. If you are wondering what we stand for, that great document says it all.

The USMRA is a nonprofit organization that operates on donations. We do not require membership dues. However, we do incur cost, so any donations are appreciated. Donation can be sent to:

Robert K. Suchke
P.O. Box 201
Dahlonega, Georgia 30533-0201

Or you can now donate online!


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USMRA does not discriminate based on race, color, nationality, religion, gender or sexual orientation.