Ranger PTSD: As he stepped off a massive C-17 Globemaster and onto Georgia soil, Michael McKenzie knew bad news was coming when a major stopped him and quietly called him by his full name. That was the moment McKenzie, serving with the U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment, learned one of his best soldiers, a young sergeant from Brownsville, TX, had taken his own life.
Ranger School Book Exposes... ...the challenge, the pain and the leadership value of U. S. Army Ranger School. Experience the first book to illuminate the best leadership school in the U.S. Army; Ranger School. Ranger School puts you at ground level and drives home leadership principles through impactful first-person stories. Learn what Ranger School is like. Feel the claustrophobia of the first night, the frustration of exhaustion and the pain of hunger. "No-excuse leaders don't have to act tough, but they must display mental toughness. Is it a coincidence that a 2006 study found that companies led by ex-military CEOs outperformed the S&P 500, and that such leaders lasted longer in their jobs?"