Saturday, September 24, 2011

Britain's SAS heroes: Battles of the brave behind the lines

While David Stirling was a junior officer serving in the commandos, he devised the idea of the SAS. He was convinced that that the tactic of using small groups of well-trained, well-armed troops to raid behind enemy lines was a key element in defeating the Nazis. His unswerving conviction was such that he pulled every string and used every contact to get his way. His persistence paid off and he was finally given leave to form 1 Special Air Service Regiment.


  1. Any SAS in Libya at the moment are war criminals.
    Many English people think that if they are caught they should be hung.

  2. I would imagine that if Qhaddafi's forces capture some that is probably what will happen to them.