The Real SAS by Adrian Weale
This title's scope is both historical and contemporary, providing an account of real SAS life. Adrian Weale uses the words of men who have actually served in the SAS to explore the Service's early days through to its role in the Gulf War and today. Part I examines the great actions, from World War II to the Falklands conflict, and the continuing fight against terrorism. In Part II, the author looks at the reality of life in the SAS, including the selection process, uniforms and equipment, parachuting, helicopters, weapons, medic training and discipline.