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Shooting Gallery Paperback – 1 Jul 1999
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Entering the SAS after serving with the Royal Green Jackets, Gaz Hunter was following a family tradition. His missions have ranged from extracting hostages in Sierra Leone to counter-terrorist operations in Northern Ireland - and he has always led from the front. A former senior NCO of the SAS, Hunter is the highest-ranking member of the regiment to tell his story yet. It is a story about British foreign policy, and the secret war which has been waged against foreign threats to the British and their allies.
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His matter of fact accounts of life in the SAS are absolutely gripping and his modesty shines throughout the book.
It is very interesting to read between the lines in this book as it opens your eyes to the mad world of politics and war. If Hunter was back in afghanistan now he would probably have to re-write vast quantities of this great read.
Not a man to be messed with, I'm sure but great fun, great pace and mix of emotions. Top Notch.