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SAS Contact Number
0870 280 4495
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SAS Phone Numbers:
|SAS Customer Services||0870 280 4495|
|SAS Complaints||0208 990 7000|
|Call SAS From Abroad||+44 208 990 7000|
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The SAS (Special Air Service) is the most elite branch of the British Army. It is comprised of four active sabre squadrons of around 60 men each. The four squadrons are the air troop (experts in parachute insertion), the boat troop (specialists in amphibious operations), the mobility troop (experts in vehicle operations), and the mountain troop (mountaineering experts who are trained in arctic warfare). In addition to these squads, the SAS also has a reserves unit, which is made up of air service veterans and civilians. The special air service plays a vital role in close protection, counter-terrorism, intelligence gathering, forward air control, and target attacks. They also assist with foreign military training.
While much of the work of the Special Air Service is confidential for security reasons, a number of individuals may wish to contact SAS. Researchers can get in touch with the SAS support team to ask about the unit's history, and those interested in featuring information about the force in a newspaper or news report can also get in touch to discuss this possibility. Civilians and veterans of the service can contact the SAS unit to ask about the process of joining the reserve force. Those who are current military members who wish to join the unit can inquire about the selection criteria.