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An exclusive look at the life of a Hall of Fame Army Ranger

Posted: Saturday, March 16, 2019 10:21 am | Updated: 10:25 am, Sat Mar 16, 2019.

Failure is not an option for U.S. Military Special Forces that conduct high-risk clandestine missions — sometimes against impossible odds — to keep America great.

Kerr County resident Tommy Shook served in U.S. Special Forces, including the Green Berets, Pathfinders, Paratroopers and the Elite Army Rangers. In 2016, Sgt. Major Shook was recognized as the best of the best with his induction into the Army Ranger Hall of Fame.

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