Secret Operations of the SAS

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MBI Publishing Company, 2003 - History - 192 pages
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Who Dares Wins is the motto of one of modern historys first elite corps, the British Special Air Service, (the SAS). Trained in espionage and sabotage, anti-terrorism and guerrilla warfare, the SAS has been confounding their enemies for over fifty years. From the desert sands fighting Rommel's famed Afrika Korps to the daring nighttime raid on Argentinean aircraft in the Falklands the SAS has the reputation of being the most feared and successful of all nations' special forces. First hand accounts from assault team members, full color maps, diagrams detailing each member's movement, and rare real action photography, complete the author's narrative, make this an excellent guide to the combat history of the SAS.Warehouse Date: NOW IN STOCK!!

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Ryan is the managing director of AVPRO Ltd., a specialist firm that designs and builds equipment for special forces use.

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