Very first moments of the day and first support. From neighbors!
Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst.
Siren went on. No way back now.
Second Aid station. Thirsty, always thirsty…
Half way there. 50th mile.
Trophy presented by my wife. Best combination ever. I felt so proud!
What do I suffer so much? This is the reason: I SUPPORT OUR PARAS.
5 minutes later I just couldn’t keep my eyes open anymore. Sitting on the chair to big challenge too.
It was 14 August 1944. Late evening from Campo Casale airfield in Italy heavy Liberator bomber took off. The number on the side was KG393 ‘A-Able’. Crew were:
At the beginning I would just like to say a few words about my Point to Point march. It is one of the main events on the SAS selection test week. A long march over the Brecon Beacons from one RV point to another. Walking on roads and wider paths are not allowed and the Staff prefers candidates to move across the terrain in a straight line like a crow flies. This is proper cross country. This is done in bad weather, with a heavy load, military uniform and under time pressure.