Once a Ranger, always a Ranger: Bemidji man still connecting with Army brothers 50 years later | Bemidji Pioneer
But instead of burying the nightmarish memories of war, Johnson has embraced his past, reconnected with many of the fellow Rangers with whom he served, and taken on a national Army Ranger leadership role. The 73-year-old Bemidji man is president of the 75th Ranger Regiment Association and editor of two Ranger publications.
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