Soldier B: Heroes of the South Atlantic
Page count: 288 pages
File size: 3.6 MB
On June 14, 1982, after a bloody war on land and sea and in the air, British forces forced the Argentinians to surrender in the Falkland Islands.
Vital to that great victory, but hidden behind a veil of secrecy, were the many daring exploits of the legendary Special Air Service ? the SAS!
Landed on enemy territory by boat, submarine, helicopter, aeroplane and parachute, the SAS performed tasks too dangerous for the average soldier. Surviving hunger, thirst, freezing cold, isolation, silence and constant danger, the SAS gathered vital intelligence, engaged in espionage, disrupted enemy communications and, when, necessary, attacked and killed the enemy.
Now, at last ? in fictional form, for reasons of security, but firmly based on fact ? the extraordinary story of the SAS?s involvement in the Falklands can be told.
Soldier B SAS: Heroes of the South Atlantic is the second in a series of novels based on this extraordinary regiment ? a thrilling ?factoid? adventure about the most daring soldiers in military history: the SAS!