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The Operators: Inside 14 Intelligence Company - The Army's Top Secret Elite

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Defensive Brief D Meeting between the Prime Minister and the Taoiseach 5 April 1974 Army Plain Clothes Patrols in Northern Ireland, UK National Archives PREM 16/154. GALLERY FOR THIS REGIMENT 14 Intelligence Company(14 INT 'THE DET') Sweatshirt Please use drop down boxes to select size and colour.

These video and Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) cameras were slaved to a sight usually used to fire wire-guided missiles.The Battalion supports the headquarters of 1st (UK) Division, the subordinate Brigades, and the UK’s rapid reaction forces. This is not surprising as the title was the first layer of cover which hid the fact that it was an SAS Troop.

They must be able to understand complex situations and then communicate their conclusions to decision makers. Selection and training of personnel from all arms of the British Armed Forces was conducted in a number of locations in Great Britain. According to Brendan Hughes, Vincent Heatherington told his IRA interrogators in Crumlin Road prison in 1974 that he worked for a British intelligence unit based at Palace Barracks. Their presence with the SRU went undetected until the Robert Fisk article in "The Times" on 19 March. April 1974: Captain Anthony Pollen was shot dead in Derry City while carrying out undercover surveillance on a Sinn Féin event.Really is comic book stuff and you really are filled with envy and admiration for the entire set-up, it's a far cry from the hackneyed image of hapless British spies infiltrated by Kim Philby and his cohorts.

Trained surveillance operators could volunteer for re-deployment after a period with the parent unit, with potential opportunities to serve in command, staff or training roles within the organisation or higher command structure. The Battalion seeks to match the subject matter expertise of Reservist soldiers and officers with real world, operationally relevant intelligence requirements from the Army. pdf National Archives PREM 16/154 Defensive Brief D Meeting between the Prime Minister and the Taoiseach 5 April 1974 Army Plain Clothes Patrols in Northern Ireland. The SRU operates in Northern Ireland at present under the cover name "Northern Ireland Training and Advisory Teams (Northern Ireland)" – NITAT(NI) – ostensibly the equivalent of genuine NITAT teams in UKLF and BAOR.

Advanced driving courses were taught, including sustained high speed driving, using a vehicle as a weapon, controlled crashes, skid recovery and anti-ambush skills. In fact four men were involved in the robbery, one of whom survived and whose statement, along with those of other eye-witnesses, contradicted the official military version of events on many points. You are entering a highly sought after profession where we will give you the opportunity to earn graduate and postgraduate qualifications throughout your career. It was not uncommon for det operatives to have an extra pistol - often another browning hp with extended 20 round magazine - stowed within easy reach in their vehicles. GALLERY FOR THIS REGIMENT 14 Intelligence Company(14 INT 'THE DET') Training Jacket Please use drop down boxes to select size and colour.

GALLERY FOR THIS REGIMENT 14 Intelligence Company(14 INT 'THE DET') Hoodie Please use drop down boxes to select size and colour. They were also trained in unarmed combat, as well as techniques to disarm and neutralize knife or gun-wielding assailants. To provide this, our analysts are embedded in all parts of the Military to ensure that the Army's operations are successful. Naturally, they used the information they gathered to ambush an MRF laundry van, killing one of the agents. The ability to observe, follow and communicate over the radio network, all covertly, were ingrained in the operators.Following the incident, he said, the soldiers had difficulty leaving the scene because a crowd and black taxis began to block the road - invoking images of the infamous two corporals killing. Interim Report on the Report of the Independent Commission of Inquiry into the Bombing of Kay's Tavern, Dundalk". With women and men from across the Army, the Det has spread its wings in recent years and has been used in providing what is known in the jargon as "Close Target Reconnaissance" ahead of SAS snatch operations to capture war criminals in the former Yugoslavia. Detailed information on this unit, which is not now deployed in the Province, is no longer available. MI Coy is co-located with the Battalion Headquarters in Ashford House Army Reserve Centre on Worship Street, very close to the City.

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