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Flames Of War 4th Edition Boot Camp: Day Two

SAS: Rogue Warrior – Their Beginnings In The Desert

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SAS: Rogue Warrior - Their Beginnings In The Desert

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If you're interested in doing some watching around the Desert War then you can check out the BBC Program, SAS: Rogue Warriors which talks about, in the first episode, how the SAS was formed out there in the heat.

You Can Find It Here...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08f00s0/sas-rogue-warriors-series-1-episode-1

Let us know if you have any other awesome resources that we can mine for Desert Warfare stories.

SAS: Rogue Warrior - Their Beginnings In The Desert

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ludovic
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BBC iPlayer only works in the UK. πŸ™

torros
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It’s on you tube

glitchingout
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=P No love for us Canadians…

However… Found it on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFKHZkYNX1Q

pojoh
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er.. might need to watch the ‘rat patrol’ tv series lol.. yea.

eddie117
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Very interesting

eddie117
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Hope we get to see a platoon of these bad asses in flames of war πŸ™‚

eddie117
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These guys are awesome did the Germans have an equivalent, I know about the fallshirmjagers but we’re theye the closest to SAS

rasmus
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The Brandenburgers might fit the spot

http://www.historynet.com/the-brandenburg-commandos.htm

irontom
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A very cool outfit!

mo3355
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youtube FTW!

dorthonion
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The raiders caused issues out of all proportion to their numbers, tying up troops in an effort to guard lines of communication and airfields, supply depots and so on

cbrenner
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Freakin awesome video. i am going to binge watch the whole series.

thunderwarp
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I wonder if Battlefront plans to update Raiding Aces for V4. I hope so.

neves1789
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Great stuff, I still have the old Sting of the Scorpion set in my stash, hopefully I get to use it in a future supplement!

skillamac
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Ooooo, nice set to have stashed would have loved a copy of it myself but was oop long before I got into flames…

m30wm1x
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The bbc also did a thing called the peoples war. It’s a great resource with reall war stories and diaries as told by the troops who were there.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/

minty45
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Excellent programme really well done.

minty45
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My grandfather on my Dads side was in the LRDG and then transferred to the SAS.

donimator
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A great read is ‘The Long Range Desert Group 1940-1945: Providence Their Guide’ by David Lloyd-Owen, former commander of the LRDG. Covers all of their actions during the war from Africa to the Aegean to the Balkans.

dimdim
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Interesting. The sas and lrdg were always cool armies in mid war v3.

sonbae
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Played Italian Autosahariana in V3 “Raiding Aces” loads of fun. Hoping they do a V4 treatment so these unique armies can still be played

rasmus
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Nice , some real history

tibour
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Rat Patrol for sure, raids are always fun,

panzertanker64
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Cool stuff here

kr4ig
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Cool, I’ll have to watch this tonight.

radegast6
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thx for links guys,

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