The SAS have earned their reputation as the world's toughest fighting unit, from the Falklands War to Kosovo, the Gulf War and other crises elsewhere. This is a step-by-step guide to the tactics of such elite units, with true accounts of the SAS's most famous exploits, as well as those of crack US Army units such as Delta Force and the Green Berets. It includes: how the SAS and other elite units came into being and how they work; combat techniques in hostile environments, from the Sahara to the Artic; evasion, capture and escape routes; personal skills, including navigation, combat tracking and hazard avoidance; and wilderness survival skills.One night a or a brief stop a can always be explained away to the enemy; they can say you were armed and threatened them. If you stay longer it will ... He may be pure gold. ... Field Manual FM 21a76 is the source for this section on how to get through a hostile interrogation while giving away as little information as possible.
|Title||:||The Mammoth Book of Secrets of the SAS & Elite Forces|
|Author||:||Jon E. Lewis|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-03-01|