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posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:05 AM
reply to post by britishsas
True SAS NEVER, and I mean NEVER reveal that they are SAS.Number 1 - for the security of there family.Number 2 - because there humble down to earth peace keepers.SAS never blow there own trumpet. TOOL.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:27 AM

Originally posted by Crutchley29
reply to post by Acid_Burn2009

No mate, from serving in the military you would know, its not something you just come out with. especially if your unit was one sworn to secrecy. He was just trying to score points. It's an insult to the lads.

And if he is former SAS he can answer my questions I posed earlier.
edit on 31-1-2011 by Crutchley29 because: (no reason given)

Eric L Haney's book inside delta force (the tv show the unit was based on this)

Jock Wallace's book 18 hours

Haney is ex Delta force and Wallace is ex Australian SAS ,these books do not fit with your sworn to secrecy forever theory and that all special forces soldiers must remain anonymous for ever and never tell,
Oh one of our SAS boys received a Victoria Cross last week for actions in Afghanistan last year,his face was on the front page of every major newspaper in OZ,
I would like to know why bad spelling would mean he is not SAS,my mate was in the Army and his spelling and writing is pretty poor,but he can blow stuff up really good and is a crack shot with a rifle(ex combat engineer) i dunno about other countries but our army don't enter spelling bee's
I'm not saying Britishsas is on the level or not,but some of the peeps shouting him down are making some bold statements themselves,

edit on 1/2/2011 by Travlla because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:36 AM

Originally posted by audio assasin

Originally posted by britishsas
I do and will post some pretty ace info on here. thanks again to all the welcomes. Where would i post this info though. Just some info on training, new technologies, command scripts??? which forum topic?

spill the beans man tell us here now .what technologies,did you get them form the ufo,what did you do to the grays
i see you spelled technologies right this time.

It's interesting to note that you continually slag him off and make a big deal about the spelling of a few words yet you cannot spell "assassin" correctly.

Is spelling of words that important? As long as we get the gist of what people are saying does a few typo's really matter?

Granted a lot of people come on here pretending to be someone they are not.
Give them the benefit of the doubt. If they are not who they say they are they will be exposed soon enough.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:40 AM

Originally posted by disaster123
Hi, I'm in Australia, as you know we have an SAS regiment. I was in the Army Reserves and we were called the "SAS" (Saturdays and Sundays).
Anyway, I have met lots of Aus SAS and not one of them ever admits publicly to being in the SAS, that's part of their security training. It's usually known here that if someone in Australia says they were or are SAS, then they aren't. But I don't know about the Brits. Assume that this guy is ex SAS and lets not turn a welcome thread into a "I think you're full of BS" thread. Having said that, I am wary of anyone that would admit to being associated in any way to an organization like Blackwater. Jeees, that bit may have wrecked your cred a bit.
Welcome to ATS though britishsas, I've no reason to doubt you, and look forward to your input, and like someone said at the begining, If you are telling porky pies, you will get found out.

edit on 31-1-2011 by disaster123 because: Sorry, dont know how to put the little smiley face thingys in

Not exactly true. I have two mates who are ex SAS (AUS).
They just never talk about the missions they were involved in.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:44 AM
Hi mr. SAS,

So your numerous skills even include image manipulation software and faking UFO videos? Hmmmm?

I'm referring to the other posts by Mr.Britishsas... click his name and read his posts in other threads... kind of reveals him to be a rather young sounding SAS veteran.

He says: "To all these ufo videos. I can easily make a better and more convncing video using free editing software."

Which apart from being very grammatically incorrect sounds like a 15 year old.

Playing games. Boring. Nothing to see here.


posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 02:56 AM
First off, welcome Britishsas.

Second, you all mispell horribly yet you come and crucify a new guy because of it?

Third, if he came on this thread spitting out all the info youre sadly begging him for, it wouldn't be an intro thread. Everyone would come in, leach as much info as possible and go about your merry lives.

Fourth, if he doesnt feel like exposing himself yet, fine. None of your opinions probably even mean anything tp him because he JUST Opened an account so chill. Its rude.

Wolves... geez.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:00 AM
haha good god how numb can you all be?

I'm a US Marine, been out for about a year, and it doesn't take a private with boot camp sand still behind his ears to tell a fake "operator" from a real one.

The guys who compose the tier one forces of the worlds super powers don't go around telling people what they do, ever. Let alone come to a website like and make their account name "britishsas". You really have to be in the military to understand the taboo behind a special operations member telling people he's in special operations.

I only got ONEEEEEE question for you Mr. 'britishsas'.

What's the number on the base of your combat blade you received at graduation?

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:02 AM
Welcome I hope you can put some great stuff here. But as skeptical as all the other members here are about your I identity. I do think that cleverness of SAS or USMC had another entry that would slam doors shut! Not to mention why to uncover your Identity thats not of any importance.

But Any way I'm forward on some real stuff only these guys know, and we don't know!

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posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:02 AM
Nice, although I'm not surprised. It would be great if you did prove anything that you just said about you as a serviceman. Gotta be careful around new members too ya know?

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:03 AM
If he can't answer that question I just asked him then he's full of the brown stuff. And it will be quite easy to tell if he's lying once he does answer it.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:03 AM
reply to post by SmittyPuffs

Ouch !!!!
That one has to hurt.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:16 AM
He hasnt replied to the Turk army vet guy. I'd say thats a wrap. Fake.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:42 AM
why would an ex SAS agent come to this site? surely they get enough "hush" money to last them when they leave the service, and have more important things to do AND people to watch out for...coming here would be blatent advertising.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:49 AM
reply to post by audio assasin

I'm sorry but there's nothing I know of that anybody on this forum will find interesting I'm afraid. British Soldiers simply aren't privy to secret technologies, the more elite the unit the better equipped and funded it is that's about it! My friend who I served with told me a pretty cool story about his Father who was a Scientist employed by the MOD, he wrote software for aircraft and was required to go the states on a project and whilst walking along the corridor of a defence aircraft manufacturer there were displays on the Walls of incredible looking aircraft, when his Father asked the escort what they were he was told don't worry about those they're just concepts! ;-)

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:52 AM
reply to post by grindhouzer

off topic i love your sig it cracked me up. it would be an eyeopener to hear that on the 6 o'clock news!

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 03:59 AM
reply to post by The Ghost Who Walks

Not saying that any ex SAS would never admit to it, they do.Their ID is only ever obscured when on active duty. the guys I've known just don't usually go around blatantly advertising the fact, especially on forums like this with a name like "britishsas" just seems out of character for those guys.
When you make a bold opening statement you gotta expect some requests for proof to come forth.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 04:05 AM
reply to post by disaster123

You are not going to get any proof. In fact, I would be very surprised if he comes back here. We had those guys coming through our base for parachute training all the time. I have asked him to simply name it. I doubt if he can.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 04:12 AM
Hi All.

I had mates who went for selection, some got in some failed. During basics we had two instructors who were Ex-SAS. One thing they all shared was, they never spoke of it... Ever.

Now I'm not saying that Mr brittishSAS isn't one or wasn't one, but I do have doubts he was 22 SAS.

there are SAS Signals (known as the 'forest heroes') and SAS engineers (never met any) who while highly trained are not what I would call 'Real SAS'

I think it's more likely that our man here was in either the 21st or 23rd SAS Territorial Army units, as TA soldiers are weekend warriors and they would happily boast of being part of such an elite group.

What makes me think I'm qualified to make this statement ?... I served 7 years in the RAF regiment in several CVRT squadrons. And a high quota of SAS candidates come from Rock Apes, especially 2 Sqn.


posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 04:20 AM
reply to post by Rock Ape

2 Sqn? Welcome friend. I was going to go for the JRock course at Catterick (shows how old I am), but ended up doing the AESDOC at RNEC Manadon. Ended up at Tac Comms at Brize. If you passed through Brize around 94/95, we probably bumped into each other on the way to work.

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posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 04:50 AM
reply to post by NonKonphormist

There is no boat house at Hereford (Ronin). I would like to know what's in the Glass cabinet in the Sgts Mess. You know that true regiment guys won't tell you that they were working. I know a few and they are always the grey man. They will never come out and say they are active members. A lot of us are sceptical of this poster but you still flagged him 20 times. I have my doubts like most but i will give you the benefit. He doesn't have to prove who he is. His posts will show us that.

Thanks Boss.

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