The United Ranger Corps was formed with a single mission: Preserve Humanity.
In the last days of humanity's eviction from Earth, the governments of every nation selected 1,000 of their best and brightest tacticians, pilots, soldiers and the like to form a first response team capable of keeping order through the growing number of natural disasters and international catastrophes. The U.N. sanctioned group was titled the United Ranger Corps, or "Rangers" for short. The Rangers quickly became the new standard of military service, saving countless lives in the process.
Aspiring Rangers must undergo intense training to prove themselves both physically and mentally. They must train very hard to end up out in the field.
The symbol was made by the United Ranger Corps to symbolize their strength. The Symbol is made up of two main parts: an arrow, pointing up and another symbol.
- President general of the National Ranger Corps
- Head Commanding General of the United Ranger Corps
- Prime general
- Head prime General
- Prime commander
- Head General
- Lieutenant General
- Commanding General
- Lieutenant Colonel
- Lieutenant Commander
- 1st lieutenant
- 2nd Lieutenant
- Private first class