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"The best account yet of the SAS in action" Sunday Times "Extraordinary" The Times "Gripping" Daily Telegraph "Magnificent" Independent on Sunday --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Their mission: To take out the scuds. Eight went out. Five came back. Their story had been closed in secrecy. Until now. They were British Special Forces, trained to be the best. In January 1991 a squad of eight men went behind the Iraqi lines on a top secret mission. It was called Bravo Two Zero. On command was Sergeant Andy McNab. "They are the true unsung heroes of the war." -- Lt. Col. Steven Turner, American F-15E commander. Dropped into "scud alley" carrying 210-pound packs, McNab and his men found themselves surrounded by Saddam's army. Their radios didn't work. The weather turned cold enough to freeze diesel fuel. And they had been spotted. Their only chance at survival was to fight their way to the Syrian border seventy-five miles to the northwest and swim the Euphrates river to freedom. Eight set out. Five came back. "I'll tell you who destroyed the scuds -- it was the British SAS. They were fabulous." -- John Major, British Prime Minister. This is their story. Filled with no-holds-barred detail about McNab's capture and excruciating torture, it tells of men tested beyond the limits of human endurance... and of the war you didn't see on CNN. Dirty, deadly, and fought outside the rules.See all Product Description
for those who want nothing than to belittle this book, try and remember it is an edited version of what happened of course your not going to get all the detail and... Read morePublished on Dec 11 2011 by tafftrooper
The book is a great exciting read. In the tradition of Star War's !
Mc Nab certainly has a way of catching the readers attention. Read more
Who do you believe? The author who actually was there and experienced all what occured, or a man who knows nothing about it, but got his information second hand? Read morePublished on March 1 2004 by Robert Lang
This is very good book and i recommend evreyone to read it!Published on Feb. 20 2004 by Guy Rutenberg
The book is "okay". Many have pointed out some probable embellishments. I will read the "Real Bravo Two Zero" once I can get my hands on it, so I'll save... Read morePublished on Oct. 3 2003 by Weegee
I first watched the movie of Bravo Two Zero when I was 14, since then I have held an interest in all things SAS, Since reading the book though I have held these guys in a much... Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2003 by David Hassall
This book is not for everybody. The author goes into detail about his torture and it is gripping. I am glad these guys were on our side. Read morePublished on July 21 2003 by Steven R. Marrell
The first time I heard about this story was from a History Channel special. Needless to say, I was intrigued. A few months later I saw the movie. Read morePublished on July 19 2003 by Del C Brown