Scholey's personal account of twenty three years service with the SAS, covering all the major campaigns between 1963 and 1986. Scholey gives a modern history of the elite team and reveals the human dynamics of the regiment with insights into some of the service's lesser known activities.
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After completing national service, Pete Scholey immediately signed up for the regular Army. He served two yeas with the Royal Army Service Corps, three years with the Royal Regiment of Artillery, then three years in the Parachute Regiment before volunteering for the SAS in 1963. There he served 23 years in campaigns that took him all over the world. He continues to give talks about his time with this elite team.Review:
"Taylor's self-deprecating, sardonic writing style turns what could have been tiresome descriptions of his training regime and his first few races into laugh-aloud prose. [His] book is both amusing and eye-opening and will appeal to a wide range of readers - even those whose running experience is limited to sprinting for the morning bus.' - Booklist"
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