The Part We Played ...
The Pawtuxet Rangers were chartered in 1774 to protect the thriving seaport of Pawtuxet, and at various times throughout the Revolutionary War manned the fort on Pawtuxet Neck, … Read More >
The majority of the militia are designated as Musketmen and carry reproductions of either the English 2nd Model Brown Bess or the French 1768 Charleville flintlock muskets. Whether firing on the march … Read More >
The Thrill of the Fife & Drum.....
Would you like the excitement of marching and performing before thousands of applauding parade-goers at such annual events as Gaspee Days, the Bristol Fourth … Read More >
Stop by our recruiting booth at the Gaspee Arts & Crafts Festival this Memorial Day weekend.
Photo Courtesy of Jim Turner
The Pawtuxet Rangers, RIM are looking for new Active Members who are … Read More >
The Pawtuxet Rangers are among the most active of Rhode Island's militia groups and are one of only four fife and drum corps in the United States that are part of an actual military organization. Today the Company has Militia including color guard, musket line and artillery and a Fife & Drum corps.