The SAS Training Manual

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MBI Pub., 2002 - History - 192 pages
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One of the most demanding physical and mental challenges there is, the SAS selection process is designed to weed out unsuitable candidates and to push the successful applicants to the very limits. This book takes a soldier's view of the process, describing the build-up to the test, the grueling endurance march, and continuation training, during which the candidates surviving selection are taught all the basics they need to become good SAS soldiers.

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Dr. Chris McNab (United Kingdom) is the author of "Endurance Techniques (SAS Training Manual)"; "Elite Forces Survival Guides"; "How to Pass the SAS Selection Course"; "Martial Arts for Special Forces"; and "Urban Survival".

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