This Reenactment Group has been established in order to portray the SAS's activities in Asia, during the
Malayan Emergency 1948-1961
Indonesian (Borneo) Confrontation 1962-1966
This period has been referred to as
(but we won)
Statement of Intent
Our Groups aim is to promote public awareness of these overlooked British small wars.
The site is dedicated to the service personnel that served, and to those who gave up their lifes, during these conflicts.
National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association
SAS Regiment Association
An inscription found on a tree near to border with Kalimantan
"Go No Further, Winged Soldiers of England"
Jungle Warfare School
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1. Introduction. 19. Jungle Ranges.
2. Platoon Organisation & Equipment. 20. Booby Traps.
3. Silent Signals. 21. Searching Villages.
4. Immediate Action Drills. 22. Assault on Defended Village.
5. Navigation. 23. War Dogs.
6. Health. 24. Combat Tracker Teams.
7. Radio Communications. 25. The Attack.
8. Living off the Land. 26. Air Reconnaissance.
9. Poncho Shelters. 27. Air Supply.
10. Sentries. 28. Helicopters
11. Harbouring. 29. Joint Operations Room.
12. Visual tracking.
13. Movement by MT
14. Crossing Water and use of Waterways
17. Night Lighting
18. Tree Demolitions.
Jungle Training "Calvert" Style - Air guns at the Ready
Note- the fencing mask for protection.
Hearts and Minds