I know i am opening myself up for no end of abuse for being accused as a walt or whatever, but who cares. I read a book years ago, before the current multitude of ex-SAS autobiographies came out. The guy concerned was ex-RE and had been in most of the major ops in the 70's and 80's including dhofar, the Falklands and the Iranian embassy siege. Another noteworthy chapter was when he was thrown out of 22 and had to go through Selection again to get back in. I also sort of remember the particularily moving chapter at the end when he visited the Regimental graveyard. It was years ago i read it, and cannot for the life of me remember what the title, author or anything was. Does this strike a bell with anyone? I don't normally go for the usual "i was SAS and i'm great" books, but this one sticks in my memory for some reason and i wouldnt mind tracking it down again.