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Army Museum shows off the secretive work of the Special Forces | Ian Visits
Army Museum

Army Museum shows off the secretive work of the Special Forces | Ian Visits

An unexpectedly topical exhibition has opened at the Army Museum that looks at the work of the special forces, the SAS, the SBS, and the three services that are even more secretive than that.

The Special Forces emerged from the Second World War and have been a constant in the shadows of military operations ever since. They came famously into public view during the dramatic rescue of hostages in the Iranian Embassy, and more recently thanks to books written by former special services operatives.

As such, the actions of the SAS in particular are probably never as widely thought to be known than ever, but officially, since 1945, government policy has always been to neither confirm nor deny any activities the services might have undertaken.

Source: Army Museum shows off the secretive work of the Special Forces | Ian Visits