Troops capable of going into battle on four separate fronts will fight ...

Troops capable of going into battle on four separate fronts will fight ...
Troops capable of going into battle on four separate fronts will fight ...
Army unveils new elite force: Troops capable of going into battle on four separate fronts will fight alongside our allies in global flashpoints The 1,200-strong Ranger Regiment is capable of battle on four separate fronts One of the four battalions will focus on emerging conflicts in Eastern Europe The 300 soldiers in each battalion were picked for their emotional intelligence Soldiers will learn foreign languages and go into battle with indigenous troops

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The Army has unveiled its new elite fighting force capable of going into battle on four separate fronts.

One of the four battalions in the 1,200-strong Ranger Regiment will focus on emerging conflicts in Eastern Europe.

Two will be sent to Africa and the fourth will deploy to the Middle East. 

The 300 soldiers in each battalion have been selected from across the Army for their military skills but also their emotional intelligence as they will have to forge strong relationships with local troops.

The Army has unveiled its new elite fighting force, the Ranger Regiment, capable of going into battle on four separate fronts. Pictured: Commander of the new battalion Briadier Gus Fair

The Army has unveiled its new elite fighting force, the Ranger Regiment, capable of going into battle on four separate fronts. Pictured: Commander of the new battalion Briadier Gus Fair

Soldiers will be expected to learn foreign languages – if they do not speak them already – so they may talk to allies in their native tongue. 

The battalions will also be 'rank heavy', with more experienced and mature soldiers making up their numbers.

The Rangers will wear new uniforms, with a new badge and beret, and carry state-of-the-art weapons. 

Crucially, they will be expected to go into battle alongside indigenous troops rather than just assist them.

The Rangers' first missions are expected to begin in early 2022. Their operations will be subject to Parliamentary oversight.

The Rangers' commander Brigadier Gus Fair told the Daily Mail: 'We are a force capable of operating with our partners, not

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