5 edition of SAS Operation Oman found in the catalog.
SAS Operation Oman
November 17, 1980 by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||247|
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Supported with archive footage and interviews from Colonel Mike Ball and Major Mike Austin, who also fought in the conflict, Operation Oman is the gripping true story of one of the most successful Author: Operation Oman.
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Oman is a small middle-eastern country ruled by Sultan Said bin Taimur. Oman had been in alliance with Britain since the 18th century, so, inwhen rebels led by his brother established control of a swath of territory, the sultan turned to Britain for help.