A close-up of a British heavily armed patrol of L Detachment SAS in their jeeps, just back from a three month patrol, 18 Jan 1943; note twin-mounted Vickers K machine guns and F-S dagger; photo 2 of 3

Caption   A close-up of a British heavily armed patrol of L Detachment SAS in their jeeps, just back from a three month patrol, 18 Jan 1943; note twin-mounted Vickers K machine guns and F-S dagger; photo 2 of 3 ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 27 Dec 2010

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1. Anonymous says:
25 Sep 2011 05:48:26 AM

Hello, Can anyone tell me who are the man in the photo? especially the sconed jeep Thanks
2. Jim Taylor says:
18 Jan 2014 02:43:48 PM

The gentleman standing in the foreground is the founder of the SAS, David Stirling.

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