9781848844865 With the SAS and other animals; a vet's war--the story of a young veterinary officer, seconded to the Special Air Service Regiment for six months during the covert operations in the Arabian Gulf in 1974.
What does SASÂ’ stand for?
SASÂ’ stands for Special Air Service (UK)
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- Military and Government
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- Stafford Area Soccer Association (Stafford, VA)
- Student Activities Safety Association (UK)
- Student Affairs and Services Association (Canada)
- Students Against Substance Abuse
- Substance Abuse Services Alliance
- Sunman Area Soccer Association (Sunman, IN)
- Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army - Military Support
- South Acton Skills and Arts Collaborative (UK)
- South Austin Senior Activity Center (Austin, TX)
- State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (China)
- Savunma Sanayi Imalatcilari Dernegi (Defense Industry Manufacturers Association, Turkey)
- South African Society for the Advancement of Dancing (est. 1961)
- San Antonio Society of Association Executives (Texas)
- South African Society of Aerospace and Environmental Medicine
- Seattle Area System Administrators Guild
- State Accreditation System of Analytical Laboratories (Russia)
- Stichting Anti Stalking Anti Mobbing (Dutch: Anti-Stalking Anti-Bullying Foundation; Belgium)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The tense stand-off is shattered as Special Air Service officer Paddy Mayne shoots dead an enemy pilot.
Large numbers of Special Air Service (SAS on Wednesday refused to confirm the report, adding that it was government policy not to comment on special forces operations.
London, Sep 28(ANI): The British Army's special forces regiment, the Special Air Service (SAS), has plans to launch surprise attacks on militants in Afghanistan by parachuting behind enemy lines on buggies.
My father was in the army for 25 years serving with the Sherwood Foresters, Parachute Regiment, and Special Air Service.
During the war, it was issued to British commandos, including the Special Air Service.
Grylls spent three years in the Special Air Service, was the youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest at 23, and has presented TV shows including Man Vs Wild and Escape To The Legion.
The 29-year-old Special Air Service Regiment trooper later survived intense machine gun fire unscathed when he crossed open ground to rescue a wounded Afghan interpreter.