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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

Make ‘Rules of Ranging’ Your Rules for Business: Part 1 | Epoch Times

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In 1757, in the middle of the French and Indian War, Major Robert Rogers composed a list of 28 rules intended to serve as operational guidelines for his legendary and groundbreaking light infantry force, the original special operations unit known as “Rogers’ Rangers.”

These “Rules of Ranging” were a hybrid combination of Native American combat techniques and his own blend of guerrilla warfare, revolutionary in their own time and still a foundational element in special operations units such as the U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment.

This list of combat-proven knowledge isn’t just applicable to the battlefield. In this series, we will explore how you can adapt these strategies into your daily business life.

Source: Make ‘Rules of Ranging’ Your Rules for Business: Part 1 | Epoch Times

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