Since their formation by Winston Churchill during the dark days of World War II, the Commandos have been regarded as among the most feared infantry in the world. Lightly equipped, fast, silent and deadly, they epitomize the modern soldier. Hugh McManners, who completed the demanding entry course himself, takes the reader through the gruelling training programme in an effort to explain both the motives and the pride of those who win the green beret.
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