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SPECIAL AIR SERVICE Regimental Association
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* Machine gunner scansto his front at dawn
Machine gunner scans to his front at dawn. Courtesy B.M. Niven
 

Units Represented

Wartime

‘L’ Detachment SAS Brigade
1st Special Air Service Regiment
Special Raiding Squadron
Special Boat Service (Wartime)
2nd Special Air Service Regiment
3rd Special Air Service Regiment (les Parachutistes de la France Libre)
4th Special Air Service Regiment (les Parachutistes de la France Libre)
Phantom Signal Squadron
Raiding Support Regiment
Long Range Desert Group
Greek Sacred Squadron
The Belgian Special Air Service Regiment (5th SAS) (Belgian Independent Parachute Company) - The Belgian SAS Veterans is their Association with which the SAS Regimental Association has strong links. Many Belgians who served in 5th SAS also belong to the SAS Regimental Association.

Post war

21st Special Air Service Regiment (Artists) (Reserves)
22nd Special Air Service Regiment
23rd Special Air Service Regiment (Reserves)
Special Reconnaissance Regiment (formerly SRU)
264 (SAS) Signal Squadron (now part of 18 (UKSF) Signal Regiment)
63 (SAS) Signal Squadron (now part of 18 (UKSF) Signal Regiment
18 (UKSF) Signal Regiment

Associated Units

‘C’ Squadron, Rhodesian Special Air Service
Special Air Service Regiment, Royal Australian Army
New Zealand Special Air Service Squadron

 

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Belgian SAS
Belgian SAS

David Stirling
David Stirling founder of the SAS

SAS 'Gympy' machine gunner
SAS 'Gympy' machine gunner. Courtesy of B.M. Niven

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