SAS

My dad was a former soldier who died in 2012. A few years earlier, I remember one of our last outings together. It was a
'Our motives were entirely humane. I'll happily go to court.'
An SAS veteran has defended the “mercy killing” of mortally wounded Iraqi soldiers after it was reported that he faces a
Bomb threats have been made against two passenger planes bound for Brussels. Dutch journalist Bart Raes tweeted that one
Bomb threats have been made against two passenger planes bound for Brussels. Dutch journalist Bart Raes tweeted that one
'Point a gun in my face' or 'make me carry it above my head for hours'? Prior to Hell Week I'd probably have chosen the latter, but after 48hrs of Israeli hell I was wishing someone would put a bullet in my brain to stop the suffering.
I've completed Ironman triathlons, raced in my countries team kit, cycled 9,000 miles from London to India, broken world records, taken part in European CrossFit competitions amongst other crazy sporting challenges. I'd survived falling 10m off a cliff face, I'd endured a 50mph bicycle accident, and suffered sickness in India like no other. How much tougher could this be?
Has SAS selection just got softer - or simply less relevant? The SAS Aptitude Course - better known by its more sinister
The SAS is to build a state-of-the-art £10 million underground training complex after residents near their current base complained