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Sabre Squadron Mass Market Paperback – 4 Jun 1998
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In the first week of Operation Desert Storm, four SAS convoys slipped across the Saudi border into Iraq. Their mission was to destroy Saddam's mobile Scud missiles. Spence recounts in graphic detail the untold story of the most successful of those SAS convoys. It includes an extraordinary account of the successful attack on Victor Two, an Iraqi command facility central to Saddam's Scud operations. Owing to intelligence mistakes in Saudi, a handful of SAS soldiers found themselves pitched against a force of 300 Iraqis ...
About the Author
Cameron Spence is the pseudonym for a soldier who fought in the SAS for over ten years. He has now retired but we are not allowed to reveal his name or address.
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great book by cameron 'serious' spence
'Sabre Suadron' is a much more enjoyable read for all non Iraquis, than 'Bravo Two Zero' as most of the time the enemy is getting its arse kicked, in as dramatic a style as an any reader could wish.
Be warned this book is impossible to put down but it is Gaz Hunter's 'The Shooting Gallery' which would get my vote as the best Special Forces book out there.
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