US Rangers Sign
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US Rangers Sign 1944
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About This Project
The 75th Ranger Regiment, the elite infantrymen were deployed for special operations and surprise attacks in the air, on land and at sea.
They could operate as a unit anywhere in the world within 18 hours, so also in the early morning of June 6, 1944 at Pointe du Hoc headed by Major General James Earl Rudder.
The original sign is made of pine boards with reinforcement shelves and authentic brass screws at the rear.
It is painted in the original colors and hand painted with the original font of the patch which carried the Rangers in 1944.
Available in any desired size.
Measurements: 460 x 250 mm
Price: € 40,00