The British Army first developed its Special Air Service (SAS) as a
strategic fighting unit during World War II, then reactivated it in
1950 as an elite counterinsurgency force in Britain's colonial war
in Malaysia. Throughout the Cold War era, the SAS participated in
highly covert operations wherever England had economic or strategic
interests -- in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the Falkland
Islands, and Northern Ireland.
Ken Connor, who served in the SAS for more than 20 years, now
provides the first complete picture of one of the most disciplined
fighting forces in military history. Using privileged information
and eyewitness accounts from the SAS's most famous actions, Ghost
Force sheds light on how Britain maintains its might on the world
stage and presents a controversial blueprint for the future.
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