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Modern SAS Unifroms and Equipment reference?

Discussion in '"Today in History", Literature & Media Review' started by Claudio Setti, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. FORDGT New Member

    Modern SAS uniforms

    Hello Claudio;

    I would like to say your interest in modern SAS uniforms is refreshing; but if you really wish to see the most accurate photos; please be circumspect in drawing too much reference from Eric Michelletti's Book on Special Forces in Afghanistan; there are hardly any accurate photos of authentic SAS and "Delta Force" within. Best work at doing extensive Google image searches, and joining "MilitaryPhotos.net" for the best references. I think with some effort you wil find some amazing photos of the SAS in Iraq from Task Force Black which will awe you. The British SAS mostly served in Iraq; leaving the bulk of SMU duty within Afghanistan to the SBS. As for fellow SAS units from the Commonwealth; the ANZAC SAS detachments and Canadian JTF2 bore the brunt of duty in Afghanistan. Check out MilitaryPhotos.net..you wont be disappointed!
  2. Saginaw79 New Member

    The nice things about various Special Units, be it SEALs, SAS etc; is they wear what they want for the most part 'in country' so you have a lot of leeway and room for what you want them to be wearing, including non standard equipment and camo as well as footwear etc
  3. nzgunnie Member

    One common piece of kit seen in Afghanistan is the down filled 'puffer' jackets.

    The brits tend to favour snugpack brand, the kiwi's tend to wear macpac.

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