SAS Bravo Three Zero: The Gripping True Story
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I think Des Powell who repeatedly tells the reader that he is a mouthy northerner and a hard northerner and a no nonsense northerner and is from Sheffield wrote the book and it comes across as very amateurish and in inspiring. Cambridgeshire SAS veteran, and second in command of, Des Powell reveals their story in gritty, blow-by-blow detail, and explains how their actions as well as an element of luck, led to their achievements becoming the stuff of elite forces legend. And as Damien mentioned, when I heard he was on the Bravo Three Zero patrol, the sister patrol to the famous one, I was hooked.
This is a well rounded and no holds barred account of men on the brink, successfully pulling off what was to all intents and purposes a suicide mission; combining the testimony of someone who was there, with the skill of a gifted historian. Neither of the two resultant groups followed the standard emergency rendezvous (ERV) procedure they had been trained to follow, and had followed the night before.
Mike Asher knew he had found the right taxi because the taxi driver knew Mcnab's real christian name.
Ryan also indicated that he didn't know Phillips was necessarily dead when he wrote "I hoped to God that [Phillips] was doing the same. At about midday on 26 January,  :95 Ryan and MacGown were discovered by an "old" (according to MacGown)  :343 goat herder tending a flock of goats. It's not as easy as talking about fiction - about the rhythm of the story, the pacing, the way in which you like or don't like the all action hero or the evil, and the often exaggerated enemy.According to an interview given by MacGown in 2002, he came across the first soldier near a vehicle: "I brought up my trump card which was 'mohaba' and he said nothing, and I carried on talking and he then made a dash for the vehicle.