SAS: Phantoms Of The Jungle

SAS: Phantoms Of The Jungle by David Horner


ISBN
9781863730075
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
544
Dimensions
152 x 230mm

A History Of The Australian Special Air Service

A gripping history of the Australian Special Air Service, based on reports and interviews with participants, it tells the fascinating story of the formation of the SAS, its secret role in Borneo during confrontation with Indonesia and its operations in Vietnam. The SAS operated deep behind enemy lines conducting surveillance at close range, poised to spring into violent action at need. It was with good reason the Viet Cong came to call them "Ma Rung" - phantoms of the jungle.

After Vietnam, the SAS formed a crack counter-terrorist force ready to defend Australia's security. This book tells the story of a highly disciplined force operating secretly at the cutting edge of Australia's defence in war and peace.
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