Colonel David Stirling, founder of the Special Air Service, with an SAS jeep patrol in North Africa, 18 January 1943., Keating G (Capt)

Colonel David Stirling, founder of the Special Air Service, with an SAS jeep patrol in North Africa, 18 January Keating G (Capt)

Monty Coat  THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) IN NORTH AFRICA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR.  Portrait of Lt Colonel David Stirling DSO.

Colonel Sir Archibald David Stirling, DSO, OBE November 1915 – 4 November was a Scottish mountaineer, World War II British Army officer, and the founder of the Special Air Service.

David Stirling. Founder of the SAS. I had the privilege of meeting him on several occasions.

David Stirling the founder of the SAS during the war. His vision and innovation changed the course of Specialist Operations

BRITISH ARMY - 1) Captain, "L" Detachement SAS, North Africa 1942 - 2) Sergeant, "L" Detachment SAS, North Africa 1941 - 3) Major David Stirling, North Africa 1942

BRITISH ARMY - 1) Captain, "L" Detachement SAS, North Africa 1942 - 2) Sergeant, "L" Detachment SAS, North Africa 1941 - 3) Major David Stirling, North Africa 1942

MY BOOK OF THE YEAR. Published in 1958, this book tells the story of David Stirling's drive and ambition to set up the SAS. The obstacles that stood in his way, the men he lost, the men he won over. Some of this is spine tingling. Sensational telling of a sensational story. Chapeau to Sir David Stirling.

Virginia Cowles's 'The Phantom Major' is a classic account of the SAS raids of the Second World War, an amazing tale of courage,

Robert Cole, Hero Of The Carentan Bayonet Charge, Tragically Killed Two Weeks Before Being Awarded The Medal of Honor

Robert Cole, Hero of The Carentan Bayonet Charge, Tragically Killed Two Weeks Before Being Awarded The Medal of Honor

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THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) IN NORTH AFRICA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. Portrait of Lt Colonel David Stirling DSO. © IWM (E 21340)

Archibald David Sterling, OBE, was a British Army officer who helped to found the Special Air Service. The experienced military man pushed tactics of using small specialist teams to secure victories during the Second World War.

Inspirational quotes: Who Dares Wins, David Stirling canvas poster Gol – www.posterama.co

Inspirational quotes: Who Dares Wins, David Stirling poster Gold

Jock Lewes is pictured (right) with Sir David Stirling, the official founder of the Special Air Service. Such was his innovation that after his death later in 1941, Sir David said that Lewes should in fact receive the credit

The real father of the SAS who made his own bombs to take on the Nazis

Jock Lewes is pictured (right) with Sir David Stirling, the official founder of the Special Air Service. Such was his innovation that after his death later in Sir David said that Lewes should in fact receive the credit

David Stirling, CEO of doTERRA

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The Rogue British Officer Who Broke All the Rules Founded the SAS and was Nicknamed by the Germans, “The Phantom Major”

David sterling- The Rogue British Officer Who Broke All the Rules, Founded the SAS, and was Nicknamed by the Germans, “The Phantom Major”

Sir David Stirling, founder of the SAS with Duffle Coat in the Desert

Learn all you need to know about the duffle coat, its history, details, when and how to wear & where to buy one in this ultimate guide.

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