Bravo Three Zero
Iraq. January 1991. The opening hours of The Gulf War. Bravo Two Zero: we all know the story thanks to Andy McNab. Deploying on foot, they were fatally compromised, five getting captured, three being killed and only one making a daring getaway.
But there was Bravo Three Zero: they deployed with vehicles laden with weaponry and kit, as opposed to carrying all on their backs. They were the only SAS patrol to do so. And when they drove down the Chinook’s open ramp, they saw a whole world of possibilities. While there was nowhere to hide, with vehicles they could still hunt for Saddam’s SCUDS, and make a run for the border if desperate.
Their story has never been told. It opens a new chapter in SAS legend…
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