Troops and spooks
People, intelligence and special forces
in The challenge of defending Britain
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The chapter focuses on: the special qualities required by personnel in the armed forces and the ways they are ingrained into service personnel; the differences between service and civilian life, which are increasing in modern society; the size and shape of the front-line forces and the different roles that the Army, Navy and RAF play in British defence policy; and the intelligence services that are intrinsic to the efficient operation of armed forces and the roles of the Special Forces which provide Britain with a unique cutting edge in the use of military force.

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