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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)[/quote
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)
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.
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