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‘HOW TO JOIN THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE – SAS’

How to Join the SAS Book and CD ROM

Shrouded in secrecy, the Special Air Service is the world’s finest of all Special Forces. Founded by David Stirling, the SAS were the first counter-terrorism unit to be invented, and whilst many other Special Forces have copied their tactics, they still remain the unequivocal leaders in their field.

As the war on terror intensifies, so does the professionalism and determination required of the SAS. Always attempting to stay one step ahead of their enemies, the SAS are blind without the use of dependant and reliable intelligence. More recent events only prove the need for such an elite fighting force and the SAS motto ‘Who Dares Wins’ is indicative of their attitude and determination to conquer terrorism. The SAS counter-terrorist role was first introduced following the massacre of Israeli athletes in Munich, 1972, during the Olympic Games.

How To Join the Special Air Service

The purpose of the Games was to celebrate peace and, for the first ten days, everything went well. However, in the early hours of the 5th of September, eight Palestinian terrorists succeeded in breaking into the Olympic Village, where they killed two members of the Israeli team and took nine more hostages. In an ensuing battle, all nine Israeli hostages were killed including five of the terrorists and one on-duty police officer.

In 1980 the SAS were first witnessed on global television, when they stormed the Iranian Embassy after a large number of people were taken hostage. This was the first time that the general public, and in fact the international community, had witnessed such a fearsome fighting force. For the Government, the vision of the Special Air Service abseiling down the Embassy prior to their insertion was seen as a useful deterrent to any ‘would be’ terrorist or terrorist group.

This comprehensive 120-page guide will tell you everything you need to know about the SAS, their tactics and how to pass the gruelling selection process.

‘HOW TO JOIN THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE’

How to Join the SAS Book and CD ROM

HOW TO JOIN THE SAS MAIN PRODUCT FEATURES:

• Secrets revealed for the first time on how to pass SAS selection.
• Vital information about the Special Air Service and their role.
• Insider information about SAS selection from those who’ve passed.
• 120 pages of vital SAS information in book format and a SAS fitness CD ROM guide.

More often than not the SAS will operate in four-man teams and there is a very good reason for this. Four has been determined as the number that is sufficient enough to carry all of the equipment and resources in order to get the job done, and it is also a sufficiently small enough number for them to go largely undetected.

“The SAS will usually operate deep behind enemy lines and there will sometimes be a requirement for them to split up if their presence is detected by enemy forces.”

This is one of the reasons why the SAS assesses a candidate for their ability to ‘operate independently’ during the selection process. The candidate’s ability to work as part of team will have already been assessed during their initial recruit selection, and let’s be honest, if a Royal Marines Commando or Paratrooper isn’t capable of working competently in a team environment, then he shouldn’t be in there in the first place. Working as a four-man team also allows the SAS to safely escape from a combat situation with an injured member of their team.

Let’s assume that one of the four-man team gets injured during a fire fight. A four-man team will allow two soldiers to carry the injured person out, whilst the fourth man covers their egress. If the team were to be a three man team, then this scenario would immediately fail as there would be nobody to provide cover.

Whether you are applying to join the SAS or you are simply interested in how they operate and their selection process, this powerful 120-page insider’s guide and SAS fitness CD ROM will tell you everything you need to know.

Revealed for the first time this book also contains information relating to interrogation techniques used by the SAS during selection!

Includes 120 pages of ‘insider’ information on how to pass the gruelling SAS selection process.

‘HOW TO JOIN THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE’

The insider’s guide…

How to Join the SAS Book and CD ROM

HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS INCLUDED WITHIN THE GUIDE –

ABOUT THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE

• The history of the Special Air Service and how it was formed.

• SAS badges, insignia and the weapons they use.

• Special Air Service rank markings and the regiments that join.

• The Iranian Embassy Siege and other notable SAS achievements.

• The Gibraltar shootings and exactly what happened.

• The SAS Air Troop and how SAS soldiers work in 4’s.

• SAS Mobility Troop and training.

• The Boat Troop and their training.

• Special Air Service Mountain Troop.

How To Join the Special Air Service

THE SAS SELECTION PROCESS

• What the Special Air Service selection process consists of.

• Insider tips on how to pass the gruelling and intensive selection.

• SAS fitness preparation.

• Getting to know the Brecon Beacons and the terrains used on selection.

• Learning to map read competently and use a compass competently.

• How to prepare for the elements and how to dress on the hills.

• Avoiding hypothermia and frostbite – a massive consideration on selection.

• The clothing you need to take on SAS selection.

• Mental preparation.

• The Brecon Beacons Fan Dance.

• Preparing for ‘test week’.

• How you can increase your chances of passing SAS selection.

• Continuation training once you have passed the initial stages.

• Jungle training and tactical questioning.

• Escape and Evasion (the toughest stage of selection).

PLUS MANY MORE PAGES OF ESSENTIAL INFORMATION…

‘HOW TO JOIN THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE’
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How to Join the SAS Book and CD ROM

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OPTION 3: THE SAS PLATINUM PACKAGE

Special Air Service book and CD ROM + 250-page ‘Armed Forces Tests’ book + 180-page Royal Marines Commando book

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