You wanted a decal? Well, here's a decal!
We have four main objectives at Ranger Up: To entertain, inspire, educate, and sell the best t-shirts on the planet. That’s why we’re proud to announce our partnership with the wildly popular MARS Special Operations Group. They’ve already covered three of the first four things mentioned and, now with their RU custom-made MARS SOG Molon Labe shirts, they’re covering the fourth.
Here’s their mission statement:
We are here to show support to our troops (past, present, and future), by providing entertainment, assistance to veterans and selected charities. We also provide a dose of daily military history, Medal of Honor recipients, news and an occasional lovely model in camouflage (Rangerette's). Godspeed to all our brothers and sisters downrange! If you are anti-American, anti-2nd Amendment, anti-US military, and/or a woman basher, then you do not belong on this page!
MARS SOG is a fantastic group who shares the same core values as us, so we were more than excited to link up with them and work on a shirt together. The graphics on this shirt were hand drawn by our in-house designers, printed on the most comfortable, breathable shirts available, and blessed by an official Roman War Priest of Mars. Alright, I made that last part up—we couldn’t find any living war priests.
Regardless, here’s a little history behind the name:
WHAT IS MARS? Mars (Latin: Mārs, adjectives Martius and Martialis) is the Roman god of war and also an agricultural guardian, a combination characteristic of early Rome. He was second in importance only to Jupiter, and he was the most prominent of the military gods worshipped by the Roman legions. His festivals were held in March, the month named for him (Latin Martius), and in October, which began and ended the season for military campaigning and farming. In the “Field of Mars” was dedicated the booty brought back from campaigns, and no Roman general went to war without first proceeding to the temple of Marspiter, to swing the sacred shield and spear, adding the words, “Watch over us, O Mars!” This shield (ancile) was believed to have fallen from heaven at the time when Numa Pompilius was king of Rome, and like the palladium in the temple of Vesta [Hestia], was looked on with veneration. Mars is the Roman version of Ares, the Greek God of War!
If you share the same life ethos and interests as these guys, make sure to pick up your shirt today.
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