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Pilgrim Days
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Chapter 1: Early Days 1948-1959 Chapter 2: New Zealand 1959-1965 Chapter 3: New Zealand Army 1966-1973 Chapter 4: 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment 1973-1976 Chapter 5: 22nd Special Air Service Regiment 1976-1980 Chapter 6: 1st Battalion, The Parachute Regiment 1980-1981 Chapter 7: 44 South African Parachute Brigade (The Parabats) 1981-1982 Chapter 8: KMS Limited 1982 Chapter 9: New Zealand Army 1982-1985 Chapter 10: The Sultan of Oman's Special Force 1985-1989 Chapter 11: Royal Ordnance plc; Reliance Security Limited; Territorial Army 1989-1994 Chapter 12: AMA Associates Limited; Territorial Army 1994-2005 Chapter 13: New Zealand 2005-

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This title details the author's unique military experience, from platoon command in the jungles of Vietnam, through service with the Paras in Northern Ireland and commanding a troop in the legendary 22 SAS, to operating with the ParaBats in South Africa and training the Special Forces of Oman.

About the Author

Alastair MacKenzie comes from a military family of long standing and he served as a para-trained platoon commander for 12 months with the New Zealand infantry on combat operations in South Vietnam and in the special forces of South Africa, Oman and the UK, where for four years he was troop commander in the 22nd Special Air Service Regiment. After his retirement as a full-time Army officer he enjoyed a successful commercial career with Royal Ordnance and British Aerospace before moving to consultancy roles. In civilian life he retained an involvement with the Territorial Army as an SAS officer and retired with the rank of lieutenant colonel in 2001. He obtained his PhD in politics in 2005 and is the author of works including Special Force: The Untold Story of 22nd Special Air Service Regiment (SAS) and The Sounds Soldiers' Memorial - Stories of the Fallen. He lives on the South Island of New Zealand.

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"Nicely illustrated with a special section of photographs, "Pilgrim Days: From Vietnam to the SAS" is an impressively written, exceptionally informative, and inherently riveting read that is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Military History & Biography collections." - Midwest Book Review

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