Joining the SAS - Barry Davies Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330367250 / Author: Barry Davies / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... do you go? Your CO? Nah, go to the book shop it's a lot less hassle. For less than £10 you can buy Barry Davies' ... more
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Barry Davies Joining The SAS: How to Get in and What It's Like
Pages: 224, Edition: 2, Paperback, Sidgwick & Jackson
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
Barry Davies Joining the SAS: How to Get inand What Its Like
Pages: 224, Hardcover, Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
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by - written on 27/07/00, updated on 27/07/00 (Useful, 209 readings)
If you're good enough. So, you're in the army and you reckon you've got what it takes to get into the SAS or you're just interested what you'd have to do to achieve such a post. Where do you go? Your CO? Nah, go to the book shop it's a lot less hassle. For less than £10 you can buy Barry Davies' excellent book on "Joining the SAS", it details many things that a potential recruit would find interesting, useful and informative and would almost certainly help your before you attempt or think about attempting "Selection". The book contains information on requirements for joining up, the selection process itself, fitness ... Read the complete review
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