“Special forces win the right to take their secrets to the grave”

Recently “the head of the special forces had intervened to demand a new no-identity policy because of concerns that morale was being damaged.”

All members of the special forces are to be guaranteed anonymity in death as well as throughout their lives as part of a new move to raise morale in the country’s most elite military units, The Times has learnt.

Apparently the Hereford Times took this for granted and published an article about the SAS soldier that was killed last week in Iraq, and they had to remove it.

Of course that is all speculation, since I did not talk to the Hereford Times, I just noticed the article doesn’t exist anymore.

Soldier A will be remembered by colleagues in Herefordshire next week.
Our condolences to the family and friends.

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