SFC Steven Langmack was killed in action in Iraq. He was a veteran of the 1st and 2nd Ranger Battalions including in the prestigious 75th Ranger Regimental Reconnaissance Detachment (RRD) as well as the Army Special Forces. He is a veteran of the Persian Gulf War, Haiti, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
SFC Steven M. Langmack is inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame for his valorous and meritorious service while conducting combat operations in multiple theaters throughout a career culminating in his death while
facing down high value terrorists in Iraq. Ranger Langmack began his career with A Company, 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment in which he served during the first Gulf War. Ranger Langmack went on to serve with
B Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment from 1992 to 1994 before being assigned to 75th Ranger Regimental Reconnaissance where he deployed during the United States’ 1994 intervention in Haiti. In 1999,
Ranger Langmack was selected to serve in the U.S. Army Special Forces where he was assigned to Operational Detachment A744, 2nd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne). It was with ODA744 that Ranger
Langmack conducted foreign internal defense missions to the Republic of Colombia and combat operations in Afghanistan. In 2004 Ranger Langmack assessed and was selected for a Special Missions Unit. While
conducting combat operations in Iraq in 2005, Ranger Langmack led the way one last time into a foreign fighter safe house. SFC Langmack displayed immense courage by braving intense machine gun fire in order to
suppress the determined enemy. His actions allowed his team to maneuver on the target, but ultimately cost Ranger Langmack his life. Ranger Langmack’s bravery and dedication set the example for others to follow as
he always chose the toughest assignments and lived the Ranger Creed.
We miss you every day brother!