Recce: Small Team Missions Behind Enemy Lines pdf epub
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Recce: Small Team Missions Behind Enemy Lines

A gripping first-hand account of the combat operations and life of a member of the secretive and elite South African Special Forces, known as ‘Recces’.South African Special Forces, known as the ‘Recces’, are an elite group of soldiers that few can aspire to join. Shrouded in secrecy due to the covert nature of their work, the legendary Recces have long fascinated, but little is known about how the...

Hardcover: 384 pages
Publisher: Casemate (November 4, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1612004040
ISBN-13: 978-1612004044
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 216815
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“Good Read. Koos Stadler is Honest & Frank about his Feelings & Fear. This is Something some Authors won't admit to. He gives one some insight into the Selection & Training Courses. I have a Friend that served with the 44 Para Brigade Pathfinder Compa...”

operate. Now one of this select band has written a tell-all book about the extraordinary missions he embarked on and the nail-biting action he experienced in the Border War.Shortly after passing the infamously grueling Special Forces selection course in the early 1980s, Koos Stadler joined the so-called Small Teams group at 5 Reconnaissance Regiment. This sub-unit was made up of two-man teams and was responsible for numerous secret and highly dangerous missions deep behind enemy lines.With only one other team member, Stadler was sent to blow up railway lines and enemy fighter jets in the south of Angola. As he crawled in and out of enemy-infested territory, he stared death in the face many times.Table of ContentsAuthor’s noteList of abbreviationsPART 1: COURAGE AND ACTION1. Target2. Boy Adventurer3. The Seed is SownPart 2: The Bushmen1. Into the Unknown2. Bush Baptism3. Brothers in Arms4. First Small Team Ventures5. The Realities of War: Fighting Patrols into Angola6. Operation Daisy, November 19817. End of an EraPart 3: Special Forces1. Special Forces Selection and Training2. Special Forces Training Cycle3. First Special Forces Operations4. 51 Reconnaissance CommandoPart 4: Small Teams1. Into the Fray2. Operation Cerberus, September 19853. Operation Killarney, December 1985 to January 19864. Operation Caudad, May 19865. Operation Colosseum, October-November 19866. Operation Abduct 1, January-February 19877. Operation Angel, August 19878. Facing Fear9. Three Crosses at Lubango: Operation Abduct 2, November-December 1987EpilogueEndnotes