This isn’t going to end well.
An inquiry into allegations of war crimes committed by a small number of elite troops in Afghanistan is expected to report imminently. Can the regiments survive the fallout?www.theguardian.com
Using SF to do what regular infantry units can do is a common theme in many militaries where active service is limited.
It'll be interesting to see if SASR goes the same way as the Canadian Airborne Regiment. I suspect it'll survive, but they've already seen internal changes and that's before the report has been published.