To honor the fallen Rangers of the 75th Ranger Regiment I will be climbing all 58 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks ... to memorialize our fallen brothers and to keep their memories alive.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the 75th Ranger Regiment?

The 75th Ranger Regiment is the U.S. Army’s premier large-scale special operations force, and it is made up of some of the most elite Soldiers in the world. The Rangers specialize in joint special operations raids and joint forcible entry operations.

Being a Ranger is an honor shared by a distinct ...

Q: What is the purpose of the project, and why take pictures on the summits of mountains?

The purpose of this project is to keep the names of fallen Rangers alive. We aim to do this by capturing photographs of memorial bracelets from the summits of mountains and sharing them with the world.

After all, it has been said that one is not dead until being forgotten by the living. We will not...

Q: How is this project funded and what do you plan to do with any revenue that may be generated?

The project is completely self funded. We do not take donations or ask our partners for money or gear. All net proceeds for this project will go to non-profit organizations that support veterans and Gold Star Families.

Q: How can I get involved?

All we ask is that you share our site and photographs with friends, family, and anyone who believes in supporting our veterans. We rely on word of mouth to promote our project.

Q: Do you take donations?

We do not take donations. We have partnered with several non-profit organizations that we feel support the veterans and Gold Star Families. We would appreciate any donations being directed to them.

Q: Can I use your mountain photos?

By signing up for our newsletter and blog updates you will receive exclusive wallpaper downloads to use as you wish. (We promise never to share your info or blow up your email)

Q: Who are these departed Rangers and why are they important to ME ?

The fallen Rangers were brothers, sons, fathers, and husbands.

They came from all walks of life to do a job that only a select few have the privilege to do.

These gallant few we honor are men that made the ultimate sacrifice for a cause they believed in.

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