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Thomas Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank) is the original Green Ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. He later on becomes the White Power/Ninja Ranger, Zeo Ranger V (Red)/Red Turbo Ranger I, and the Black Dino Ranger. When a clone of Tommy is created, Tom Oliver, he is imbued with the seemingly-lost Green Ranger powers. He decided to stay in Colonial Angel Grove to live out a normal life.
Jason Lee Scott (Austin St. John) is the original Red Ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Rocky DeSantos (Steve Cardenas) is his successor. Jason is among the other Red Rangers in Forever Red . In Power Rangers Zeo, both served the team but changed their colors. Rocky becomes Zeo Ranger III - Blue, while Jason becomes the Gold Ranger.
Jack Landors (Brandon Jay McLaren) is the S.P.D. B-Squad Red Ranger in Power Rangers S.P.D.. Jack later retires from service in S.P.D. and Schuyler Sky Tate is promoted from Blue to Red Ranger. Sky had used these powers prior, when Jack had lent him the Red S.P.D. Morpher with the Battlizer installed in it. This is so Sky could defeat Mirloc, who had killed his father. In the Operation Overdrive episode Once a Ranger , it is revealed that Bridge Carson is promoted to Red Ranger after Sky is promoted to Commander of S.P.D.'s Earth branch following Cmdr. Anubis Doggie Cruger's promotion to Supreme Commander of S.P.D. to replace the retired Fowler Birdy.
The Power Morphers were given to the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers by Zordon. They each contained a Power Coin engraved with an image of each Ranger’s dinosaur/other prehistoric beast. The Power Morphers resembled metallic belt buckles and were worn as such by the Rangers in their morphed form. In their day-to-day lives the teens’ generally wore them discreetely on the backs of their belts or carried them separately to avoid suspicion. With a call of “It’s Morphing Time!” the Rangers would hold their morphers out in front of them and push a red button located on the right side of their morphers then call the name of their respective dinosaur, in the following order: