You can read part one here.
“From time to time, there is a requirement for men and women to volunteer to undertake special duties of a hazardous nature in Northern Ireland. Selection and training for the special duties is both rigorous and arduous. For further details, see defense council instructions…”
Divine words for anyone stranded in a Cold War base and bored with military routine.
Knocking at the unit’s intel officer’s door came next. He, of course, discouraged ‘good’ men from throwing away their careers and encouraged ‘troublemakers’ so he’d get rid of them.
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