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SELOUS SCOUTS

GALLERY

THREE

Selous Scouts conducting static-line non-tactical proficiency jump.

Out on patrol. Two Selous Scouts looking for an appropriate observation post.

Out on patrol Selous Scouts maintain appropriate distances between team mates.

Here two exhausted troopies have successfully completed the selection course. The first step to a long process of becoming a Selous Scout.

A troopie who successfully completed the last hump (tactical march) of selection, takes swig of shine with fellow selecties.

The grueling long-distance sandbag hump. A very uncomfortable event of many.

During selection a fellow troopie refreshes an exhausted troopie.

A long-distance cross country navigational exercise, conducted as a team event during selection.

Selous Scout basic trainees performing parade drills under the watchful eye of a black Selous Scout.

Basic trainees conducting rifle PT under the tutelage of a black Selous Scout.

A blacked-up Selous Scout makes a body search of a dead terrorist for possible intelligence, which is valuable information for follow on missions.

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