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SAS Operation Oman

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Colonel Tony Jeapes has been concerned with revolutionary warfare for most of his service. Sandhurst and a commission in the Dorset Regiment led to his joining the SAS in Malaya as a lieutenant in 1958. From then on he served with them around the world on and off for the next nineteen years interspersed with periods at the Army's Staff College. He returned to the Staff College as an instructor where he specialised in teaching counter insurgency tactics. From there he returned to command the 22nd SAS Regiment from 1947 to 1977, during which time the SAS were involved on active service both in Oman and Northern Ireland. Colonel Jaspes are awarded the Military Cross in 1959 and was made an OBE in 1977. He is married and father to a son and daughter.

Slight yellowing to page edgings. Some marking to back cover and small tear to bottom front cover.

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Author(s):
Jeapes Tony
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
237
Publisher:
Kimber William 1980
Title:
SAS Operation Oman

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Colonel Tony Jeapes has been concerned with revolutionary warfare for most of his service. Sandhurst and a commission in the Dorset Regiment led to his joining the SAS in Malaya as a lieutenant in 1958. From then on he served with them around the world on and off for the next nineteen years interspersed with periods at the Army's Staff College. He returned to the Staff College as an instructor where he specialised in teaching counter insurgency tactics. From there he returned to command the 22nd SAS Regiment from 1947 to 1977, during which time the SAS were involved on active service both in Oman and Northern Ireland. Colonel Jaspes are awarded the Military Cross in 1959 and was made an OBE in 1977. He is married and father to a son and daughter.

Slight yellowing to page edgings. Some marking to back cover and small tear to bottom front cover.

Author(s):
Jeapes Tony
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
237
Publisher:
Kimber William 1980
Title:
SAS Operation Oman

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