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Suspension of Operations

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Thanks to all of our loyal fans, followers, customers and supporters. We are suspending operations indefinitely, beginning January 1, 2018, so that we might best discern the company’s future and our service to the veteran community. This isn’t goodbye, but see you later. Thank you for your support during this time, and God bless America.

Ranger Coffee partners with Man Crates for manly gifts

We’re pleased to announce that the lives of men everywhere are about to change:  Man Crates is now carrying the “Hyper-Caff Ammo Can” – everything that you’ve ever needed in order leap tall buildings in a single bound, HALO drop from the belly of a B-52 at mach 1, or survive the annual fishing trip with Phil and boys.  

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Rotary Club of North Fulton Invests in Ranger Coffee’s ‘Coffee for the Troops’ Program

rotaryRanger Coffee is pleased to announce that the Rotary Club of North Fulton, has invested $500 in Ranger Coffee’s “Coffee for the Troops” program.  Started in 2007, Coffee for the Troops has provided premium coffee products for deployed servicemembers in all theaters of conflict.  Ranger Coffee has always accepted outside funding for the program, and the effort has drawn national and international acclaim from customers with an interest in supporting the troops in a unique way.  All coffee provided by the program is donated by either Ranger Coffee or its customers, and Ranger Coffee offers the program in fulfillment of its mission to invest in the lives of those who invest in America daily.

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9/11/01: Eleven Years Later

     It was a crisp fall morning eleven years ago today.  I was a second lieutenant in the middle of the Infantry Officer Basic Course at Ft. Benning, and we had been up all night training. Morning chow was over, and a new crew of cadre was arriving. We were preparing our weapons and equipment for our second day in the field, and the day was beginning to take shape. We first heard about the attacks via a cadre member who knew little. No one understood the magnitude of the attack, but suspicions were rising and our curiosity had been piqued. We tuned in to the local CBS affiliate via our SINCGARS radios, and listened intently as the coverage unfolded. We could hear the words – and did so for so many hours over the next three days – but we had no idea what the images better conveyed. We were angry, and we were in the relative dark as our fates were being sealed.

      

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