A longshot maybe...
Everyone's been in the SAS at some point in the past. Just ask at the local pub and someone will know someone.
Oh, it's not about that is it?
98% of the time I'm right. Why worry about the other 3%.
So far to date I've met about four thousand people who claim to have been on the Iranian embassy roof. Some of them are hilarious.
Op Nimrod would appear to be one of the most heavily manned jobs in the history of special forces.
I met a bloke recently who claimed to have done selection, he told me it was very good stuff and he particularly liked the bit where they taught him to cut peoples heads off properly. I bought the old fucker a drink, best laugh I've had in ages.
SAS biggest gang in the world.
Every squaddie I've met claim to have been in it although I do know one who was actually in it and one who still is but I only found out by accident and they don't talk about it.
Nice blokes both of them but....
Shocking spy shots of GP superstar Valentino Rossi practicing for his new career in Covent Garden!
Only in your Super Soaraway Sun!
Face it - with what you can pull in per day on SAS you won't be getting a cheap course otherwise every wally would be on it, a bit like MCSE...
I've only ever done a basic intro course, so that I could talk to the SAS team who were part of a project I was managing for a while and I still get plenty of keyword hits on my CV from agents so unless you've spent the last four years with your hand up your bum I'd say stick your CV out there and see what happens.
If you have spent the last four years with your hand up your bum, apply to be a windsock instead.
str0nach wrote (see)
I had a look at that SAS forum thingy and I still couldn't see what SAS stands for.
BTW I did 2 years with the REAL SAS as an instructor, so there.
(That's the TA by the way - Saturdays and Sundays)
First time I heard that joke, Rolf Harris told it in the late 1960s, about Welsh fighting English.
Didn't say it was a bad thing. What if people who weren't born then never heard it!
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