Question: What is the average age of an Army Ranger?

Interestingly enough, the average age of army rangers is 20-30 years old, which represents 77% of the population.

How old is the average Ranger?

The average age is 23, and the average class will have 366 students, with 11 classes conducted per year. The vast majority of Ranger students have already completed Airborne School and make multiple jumps during the course.

Is 30 too old to be an Army Ranger?

Once you are enlisted, before aged 35, you can request Ranger training at any time (assuming you passed Basic and AIT; wash out of either of those and you will be separated from the Army. Soldiers in combat arms, especially infantry, are old men by the time they are 30, with 12 years in.

Is an Army Ranger like a Navy Seal?

Navy SEALs are the primary special operations force and a component of the Naval Special Warfare Command. Army Rangers are graduates of the prestigious U.S. Army Ranger School. The elite airborne light infantry combat formation acts within the Army Special Operations Command (USASOC).

What is harder Special Forces or Rangers?

Having a Ranger Tab and the Special Forces Tab, I get asked all the time which school was harder. The answer is complicated. Both schools are physically and mentally challenging, but in different ways. I generally say that Ranger school sucks more but the Q course is harder.

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