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1/35 2nd SAS Regiment (France 1944)
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ITEM NO: DRA 6199
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195861993
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 3/8/2004
ARRIVED ON: 5/19/2004
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Barcode: 0 89195 86199 3
Packaging: 48 pieces per carton

This kit includes four figures representing members of the British 2nd Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment during WWI in France 1944.

Brief history:
The SAS was formed early in World War 2 with the appropriate motto "Who Dares Wins" at a time when many "special" units were being raised. Known originally as "L Detachment", the new unit grew to 390 men in 1942 and was redesignated 1st Special Air Service Regiment (1 SAS). After various reorganizations and a period of further growth, an SAS Brigade was formed in Scotland in January 1944, consisting of two British regiments (1 and 2 SAS), two French regiments (3 and 4 SAS), a Belgian squadron (later 5 SAS), and a signal squadron.

courtesy: specialoperations.com