One of the most gruelling physical and mental challenges there is, the SAS selection process is designed to weed out unsuitable candidates and push the successful applicants to the very limits. This book takes a soldier's view of the process, describing the build-up to the test, the gruelling endurance march and continuation training, during which the candidates surviving selection are taught all the basics they need to become good SAS soldiers. Photographs and line drawings alongside the text show every aspect of the SAS training - weapons skills, combat surivival training, escape and evasion skills, jungle training, parachuting and more.
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Chris McNab has written and edited numerous books on military history and the training and skills of elite units. Recent publications include Elite Forces Manual of Endurance Techniques and Survival First Aid. He lives in South Wales.
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Descrizione libro Sidgwick & Jackson, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110283073438