Андрій Кофанов. Theoretical And Practical Aspects Of Anti-terrorist Activity Of Special Unit "sas"

Social Sciences / Law / Common law and equity

Submitted on: Apr 29, 2020, 05:55:27

Description: Among the well-known British Special Political Service (Special Air Service, or SAS) is probably the best counterterrorism unit. Its component - Special Projects (SP) team - the main anti-terrorist squad. The Special Air Service and its Counter Revolutionary Warfare Squadron (CRW) unit, the Antirevolutionary Military Squadron, were founded in 1942. The feature of training SAS servicemen is to teach each soldier to possess all methods and means of combating terrorism. To achieve this, SAS trains all of its squadron through training cycles. Therefore, SAS operatives are regarded as highly skilled experts in the fight against terrorism: firstly, they all have excellent firearms and hand-to-hand combat techniques; and secondly, provide permanent training of these training cycles. Acquired skills are improved later in the SP-team's combat duties. The main thing in the work is the maximum approximation of training sessions to a real combat situation in the conduct of operations on the release of hostages, in the role of which are civilians. Anti-terrorist training of SAS and the development of practical measures for the release of hostages is facilitated by the fact that high-ranking members of the British Government, including the Prime Minister, are personally involved in it.

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