RANGERS TO THE RESCUE
- Rogers's Rangers today. Day, N. // Cobblestone;Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p27
Describes a modern tactical reenactment of a battle fought over 200 years ago by Rogers's Rangers.
- CHAPTER 9: ROGERS' RAID ON ODANAK. Kayworth, Alfred E.; Potvin, Raymond G. // Scalp Hunters;2002, p230
The chapter focuses on Major Robert Rogers' raid on the mission village at Odanak. In the partial darkness, it was scarcely possible to select victims by age or gender, and the Rangers bent to their task with a will to exact the revenge that General Amherst had ordered. In their beds, in their...
- Rogers' Rules of Ranging. // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History;Winter2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p69
An excerpt from a manual on guerrilla warfare tactics and rules written by colonial American major Robert Rogers during the French and Indian War is presented.
- ROGERS' RANGERS STANDING ORDERS REVISITED. Reichard, Michael E. // Infantry;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p50
The article explains the Standing Orders of U.S. frontiersman Major Robert Rogers. It is stated that the 19 orders provide relevant guidance for the platoon or squad leader taking a patrol through the back alleys of Baghdad, Iraq. It is indicated that camouflage, situational awareness, and noise...
- SPECIAL FORCES: The Ingennity of Robert Rogers. Dassatti, James A. // Patriots of the American Revolution;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p50
The article focuses on the ingenuity of major Robert Rogers with regards to special forces (SF). It states that Rogers conducted tactical lessons on patrolling with his men in the woods in Rogers Island, New York. It also discusses the 28 rules of ranging compiled by Rogers such as marching in a...
- Rangers Lead the Way. LITTLEFIELD, JAMES N. // Early American Life;Dec2015, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p56
The article features American colonial frontiersman Robert Rogers, and includes information on his survival skills, military training tactics, and the service he provided for former U.S. President George Washington during the American Revolution.
- AMERICANS AS GUERRILLA FIGHTERS: ROBERT ROGERS AND HIS RANGERS. Hubbard, Jake T. // American Heritage;Aug1971, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p81
The article discusses guerilla fighter Robert Rogers. During the outbreak of the French and English War in 1744, Rogers became an invaluable forester or ranger for his knowledge of the terrain and mountain ranges in New Hampshire. He and his men were able to penetrate a French camp at Crown...
- Buckskin soldier. McCulloch, Ian // Beaver;Apr/May93, Vol. 73 Issue 2, p17
Profiles Major Robert Rogers, a buckskinned soldier significant to the North American history. How Rogers lead the colonial Rangers during the French and Indian War in 1755-1763; Contents of Roger's journal; Brief personal background of Rogers.
- Robert Rogers of the Rangers. Ferling, John E. // Journal of American History;Sep1988, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p597
Reviews the book "Robert Rogers of the Rangers," by John R. Cuneo.