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by Michael Asher

  • Author: Michael Asher
  • ISBN: 0140115722
  • ISBN13: 978-0140115727
  • ePub: 1509 kb | FB2: 1953 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Penguin Uk (June 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 288
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Shoot to Kill ePub download

Here, in a unique military memoir, he reveals his own background: how he joined the elite 2nd Battalion, the Parachute Regiment, and finally the SAS.

Shoot to Kill Paperback – 3 Jul 2017. by Michael Asher (Author). Seemingly necessary expiation for Michael Asher to confess all. For readers an excellent differentiation of the brutal force of the Paras to the subtlety of the modern specialist soldiering of the SAS.

Michael Asher served in Northern Ireland with the Paras at the height of the IRA campaigns of the 1970s. He witnessed the result of using highly-motivated assault troops in 'peacekeeping operations'. His depiction of the strengths and weaknesses of the British Army's elite airborne forces comes from his personal experience of what it was like for ordinary soldiers. From the Paras to the SAS and then service with the Special Patrol Group in Northern Ireland, Michael Asher's military odyssey eventually led him to leave the forces for a new life in the Sudanese desert

Michael Asher has served in the Parachute Regiment and the SA. Michael Asher When Runefish's plane is shot down deep behind enemy lines - GHQ must send in the commandos to pull her out. It looks like no more.

Michael Asher has served in the Parachute Regiment and the SAS. With his wife, Arabist and photographer Mariantonietta Peru, he made the first west - east crossing of the Sahara on foot with camels - a distance of 4,500 miles - without technology or back-up of any kind. The British campaigns in the Sudan in the closing years of Queen Victoria's reign are a tale of adventure more thrilling than any fiction. When Runefish's plane is shot down deep behind enemy lines - GHQ must send in the commandos to pull her out. It looks like no more than a deadly fool's errand - and the man they choose is given one option: take the mission or face court martial.

Michael Asher (born 1953) is an author, historian, deep ecologist and notable desert explorer who has covered more than 30,000 miles on foot and camel. He spent three years living with a traditional nomadic tribe in Sudan

Michael Asher (born 1953) is an author, historian, deep ecologist and notable desert explorer who has covered more than 30,000 miles on foot and camel. He spent three years living with a traditional nomadic tribe in Sudan. Michael Asher was born in Stamford, Lincolnshire, in 1953, and attended Stamford School. At 18 he enlisted in the 2nd Battalion the Parachute Regiment, and saw active service in Northern Ireland during The Troubles there in the 1970s.

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The Uncrowned King of Arabia. With colour photographs by Mariantonietta Peru. Published by the Penguin Group. He witnessed the result of using highly motivated assault troops in 'peacekeeping operations'. From the Paras to the SAS and then service with the Special Patrol Group in Northern Ireland, Michael Asher's military odyssey eventually led him to leave the forces for a new life in the Sudanese desert

Michael Asher's experiences in Africa form the basis of his first three books.

Michael Asher's experiences in Africa form the basis of his first three books. About the Author: Michael Asher served in the Parachute Regiment and SAS. A fluent Arab speaker, he has lived for years among the Bedouin peoples. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

In 1971 Michael Asher joined the Parachute Regiment of the British Army. This book tells of Asher's experiences as he was subjected to deliberate intimidation by instructors, as injury, and even in some cases death, weeded out his fellow recruits. "Shoot to Kill" describes the author's recruitment experience as well as the subsequent eight years in which he journeyed from the streets of Belfast, and the bloody hills of Armagh; to SAS selection and resistance to interrogation procedures and the mysteries of 'the killing house'. This book tells of Asher's attempt to come to terms with the dark side that exists in every personality.