|October 15th, 2004||#1|
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|October 16th, 2004||#6|
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It is nothing new for me a former colleague to me is a member of this group/groups. And I can promiss you AlexKall that he got some storys that would make the skinn crawl on most swedish citizens if they only know whats happens from time to time in the SSGs presence. I can add to this forum that the SSGs are not only operational in Congo and Afghanistan. Nothing more I will add to this post! 8)
There is an official and a inofficial side of the SSGs and they are probably one of the worlds best SF units. Thats why they arent to discussed in the mainstream media and in the main stream information streams . "Commander Hamilton can threw himselfe in to the wall."
Col. Meyers: What\'s your assessment of this situation, Gunny?
Highway: It\'s a cluster ****, sir. Marines shouldn\'t be sitting on their sorry asses filling out requisitions for equipment they should already have.
Col. Meyers: An astute observation.
|October 16th, 2004||#7|
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Tanks for the information? Anything more you can tell me about them? If not here, maybe on email or PM? Hehe im dieing to know more!
|October 16th, 2004||#8|
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I haven´t asked him about it honestly but probably. But there it is counter messures for everything I´ve been told, no one or very few would believe me anyway. But he is a good friend and sometimes you need someone to talk with thats all. And besides I have professional secrecy, confidentiality apart from my close friendship to this person. And he have not told me anything that can hurt anyone more then maby some peoples self-esteem 8)
I myselfe prefer SAS before SSG, and a good book by Ken Connor is Ghost Force. The Secret History of the SAS released in 1998. Good book. Maby we will see a SSG book in the future? "The Swedish Ghosts in Quesso" or something