This is the story of an ex-para, ex-SAS member, international security advisor and arms dealer, who presents his direct experience of war in modern times. He describes the heat of the battle for the Falklands and his own close-arm combat with Argentinian soldiers, resulting in their deaths. Published to coincide with the 15th anniversary of the Argentinian invasion of the Falklands on 2nd April 1982, the book gives details of the author's major SAS operations, including the Libyan Embassy siege and the planned hijack of a Boeing 737 carrying British hostages over Cyprus, as well as SAS-type operations in the Gulf. He also gives a personal account of Northern Ireland, including the day in 1979 on which Mountbatten was assassinated and 18 soldiers from his battalion were murdered.
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