Peter Ratcliffe served in the SAS for 25 years. Blooded in Oman in the 1970s, he also saw action in Northern Ireland, in the Falklands War, and in the Gulf campaign. From his early days in the Paras to his time as Regimental Sergeant-Major in the Gulf, he has lived and fought by the motto, "Who Dares Wins." This is his insider's account of that exceptional career. Fastpaced, earthy, dramatic, funny, occasionally disturbing, it is laced with firsthand descriptions of ferocious and bloody fighting, sudden death, and incredible heroism, and peopled with a cast of extraordinary individuals. Beyond that, however, it corrects many of the distortions and exaggerations of other books, and explodes several long-standing myths about the Regiment. Here—at last—is the authentic voice of the SAS.
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Peter Ratcliffe DCM is an author and former Regimental Sergeant Major with the Special Air Service. He has been deployed in a number of operations including in Oman, the Falklands, and Iraq, and served with the SAS for 25 years.Review:
"...a major factor of Ratcliffe's enlightening and comprehensive volume on the SAS is, quite simply, the honest and bravely-placed identity on the book's cover, Peter Ratcliffe - for that really is his name. Peter Tory, Daily Express"
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