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SAS tend to work in small groups (2 x 2's) and are deployed in specialist covert scenarios.
Missions involve high value target extraction / elimination, hostage extraction, interrogation, demolition of enemy strongholds.
SAS recruitment and selection is made up from soldiers from regular army regiments and is arguably the toughest in the world. The selection success rate is fairly low due to such high standards.
Their training includes specialist conditioning such as exposure to white noise, stress positions and psychological trauma to strengthen their resistance to interrogation.
SAS soldiers identities are withheld due to the sensitive nature of their operations. Any info could be used against them, however, under interrogation, they can volunteer their name, rank and serial number but nothing else.
SAS soldiers follow the same rules of engagement, however there are certain provisions due to the nature of their role, however their objective tends to be toward "elimination" rather than "suppression"
Regular soldiers are already exceptional. SAS training focuses those exceptional qualities to make a very specialist fighting unit.
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