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Men, mainly former special operations operators, who are hired to perform duties pertaining to personal security for government priority personnel. These teams are often referred to as WPPS/PSD, although there are other types of specialized security being performed throughout the world. They are largely recruited from SEAL teams, Delta (CAG), the 75th Ranger Regiment, Special Forces, and Marine Force Recon. These men are hired for the training and experiences they obtained during their enlistments in special operations. They are then "vetted" by a company after attending a qualification course and deployed to protect whatever Charlie Brown looking motherfucker are told to. They are in return paid a respectable salary.
Regular military personnel are also often hired to perform lower tiered contracts, for lesser pay. IE: Static security, guard gates, admin. support, etc.
Many special operation's personnel are leaving the military in order to earn the six figure salaries that are being offered to Private Security Contractors.

Women may often run into men claiming they're Private Security Contractors. If they merely ask what special operations unit he served in while in the military they will often find out the men are sometimes full off shit gate guards, exaggerating, and riding the dicks of the real contractors and soldiers. She should immediately spit in these men's faces, then go fuck an Army Ranger.... well.

Private Security Contractors live by the motto: "Work hard, stay hard, play hard."
by 275WatchMan7tre April 22, 2009
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A terminology often used to categorize the elite, special operations, direct action units of the United States Military. Delta Force (CAG), SEAL Team 6 (DEVGRU), the 75th Ranger Regiment, SEALS, and some elements Special Forces groups (Green Berets) are all considered "Pipe Hitters"... Marine Force Recon kind of, sort of falls into this category also. All of these units are highly respectable, well trained, top of their branch, operators.
1) When everyone on the objective must die and no structures need be left standing, call in the "Pipe Hitters".

2) There is a definitive difference between the standard Soldier/Marine/Sailor and those who are referred to as the "Pipe Hitters" of the military.

3) Ladies, get yourself a "Pipe Hitter". Your vagina will love you for it.
by 275WatchMan7tre April 22, 2009
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Rangerette: A women whom participates in sexual acts with the Army Rangers in the 75th Ranger Regiment. They are the groupies of the 75th Ranger Regiment, and are open to anything a Army Ranger request of them. Sua Sponte.
1)Every year at the "Ranger Rendevous" car loads of Rangerettes come, and attend the event for moral support.

2)After dating John, Amber quickly earned the title of a "Rangerette" when she had sex with the rest of his squad.
by 275WatchMan7tre March 16, 2009
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A 64 day U.S. Army school in Ft. Benning, Ga. that teaches infantry tactics in harsh conditions. Soldiers are rotated through a series of squad positions in varying phases. It is considered the Army's best leadership school. Upon graduating Ranger School a soldier/sailor/marine receives a "Ranger Tab" and his "Victor Qualification" (a MOS identifier), and returns back to his unit.

SIDE NOTE: There is a huge misconception that Ranger School makes a participant a Army Ranger. This is false. Actual Rangers serve in the 75th Ranger Regiment (1st,2nd,3rd Battalions), and attend Ranger School as merely one of the requirements in order to be in their Ranger Battalion.
Bar patron: "Are you in the military?"
Ranger: "Yup."
Bar Patron: "I'm a Ranger. I was in for four years."
Ranger: "Cool, what battalion?"
Bar Patron: "The 82nd airborne."
Ranger: "Umm, how the fuck are you a Ranger then? I'm in 2nd Ranger Battalion, and have lost friends doing what what real Rangers do."
Bar Patron: "Well, I went to Ranger School.... I was victor qualified in the regular army."
Ranger: "Pfft. The tab is 64 day training event, the Scroll is a way of life."

Ranger School sucks. It is a gut check that gives you little rest or food while performing patrols, for long durations. But if you think thats hard try being in Ranger Regiment, where soldiers actually perform the special operations combat mission and train year round.

Soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen can all attend Ranger School. It is open to all branches of services.
by 275WatchMan7tre April 24, 2010
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A man serving in a regular army/usmc/navy/airforce POG/leg unit, in which they stand in the same ranks as women. This occurrence allows these men to sit around during what they consider "deployments" and fuck the women in their unit instead of fight the war at hand. They still receive the same combat pay as the men actually fighting and carrying out combat operations, but sit in a static position banging their fellow unit members. They then return home and pretend to family and bar patrons that they actually serve a purpose in the military.
Any man who mentions serving with women in his unit is a POG/leg, and is guaranteed to have slept with at least one of those women; making him a "combat romeo".

Leg: "Man, I fucked so many bitches on my last deployment. It wasn't even funny."
Operator: "That's great. We ran over one hundred missions, killing eighty five enemy personnel. Which one do you think is going to win the war?"
Leg: "Dawg, I didn't sign up to do dat'."
Operator: "Kill yourself, you POG ass motherfucker."
by 275WatchMan7tre April 21, 2010
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Soldiers, sailors, marines who's primary methods of infils and extractions during combat operations include only ground manuevers are referred to as "legs" by EVERYONE using helos or fixed wing. IE: Special operations.

Any regular military unit is considered a leg unit by the personnel in SOCOM, USASOC, and JSOC. "Grunts"/regular infantry, five jump chumps, anyone training to conduct in airborne ops in garrison but never perform them in combat, and all POG 's are defined as Legs. It is as much a mindset as it is a status.
The 82nd Airborne (AKA: Eighty Douche) takes pride on jumping as much as possible, wearing pink berets, blasting Van Halen's song "jump" around post, but NEVER perform airborne or helo ops in combat. This makes them epic posers, puts them in the Leg category, and earned them the title "The airplane gang".

Many service members attend airborne school, thinking being "airborne qualified" will impress others. They then report to a leg unit who has nothing to do with airborne ops and never jump again, making them a "five jump chump" and a leg.

Special operations loath legs.
by 275WatchMan7tre April 21, 2010
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A soldier whom serves their enlistment in the 75th Ranger Regiment. These individuals are specially trained, and endure various selection/training processes in order to gain entrance into the 75th. They fall under USASOC, are considered "specialized infantry", and have a very specific mission set with in the special operations realm. They are indentified by their tan berets, Ranger Battalion unit scrolls, and knarley stares. These men are not to be crossed.
Army Ranger Battalions of the 75th Ranger Regiment are notorious for maintaining their high level of training, and take pride on keeping every Ranger at a high level of physical fitness as well as having them far more skilled in their professions than any basic soldier/marine.

Billy and Jimmy were hanging out with their frat bothers at a bar when one of them said the wrong thing to the wrong guy. After waking up in the ER, they were informed that they had been sent there by the group of United States Army Rangers they had popped off to, and that their girlfriends had left with the Rangers.

Extremist organizations want no part of the soldiers of the 75th Ranger Regiment... Doesn't make business sense.
by 275WatchMan7tre April 21, 2009
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