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Sas intelligence or signals operative

#1 Post by lewislloyd » Sat 16 May, 2015 5:58 pm

Hi guys, I'm interested in the career of intelligence for the army, however as I progress I would want more of a challenge. So is there a way for someone in intelligence to join the sas without having to be a general trooper such as just transferring to Hereford altogether.

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#2 Post by Tab » Sun 17 May, 2015 10:35 pm

You will need to have a few years in the forces before joining this group and then you will need to pass a rather hard physical test to see if you can join.

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#3 Post by lewislloyd » Mon 18 May, 2015 4:12 pm

Tab wrote:You will need to have a few years in the forces before joining this group and then you will need to pass a rather hard physical test to see if you can join.
However on the army site, it says for specail forces support group, you don't have to pass uksf or uksf(r) training or tests as long as you're class 3 in your trade.

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#4 Post by Hyperlithe » Tue 19 May, 2015 8:51 pm

That's because SFSG isn't the SAS...
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Re: Sas intelligence or signals operative

#5 Post by Tab » Wed 20 May, 2015 8:51 am

The SFSG is 1 Para and you still have to pass the tests to get in and be parachute trained

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