Rogue Forces by Mark Willacy

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From Gold Walkley winning journalist Mark Willacy, Rogue Forces tells the unpredictable story of when Australia’s most revered SAS soldiers crossed the line in Afghanistan, descending from elite warriors to unlawful killers.

After the release of Willacy’s “Four Corners” program, shockwaves were caused around the world. However, this was just the beginning of a much bigger story. Since then, additional SAS soldiers have come forward with undeniable evidence and eyewitness testimonies of a military culture consisting of brutality and impunity.

Breaking the SAS code of silence to reveal one of the darkest chapters in Australia’s military history, Willacy takes his readers out on the patrols. For the first time, many soldiers share what they witnessed on the front line, embedding us in the thick of the action. As its heart, this is a story about the true heroes who had the courage to come forward and expose the truth. Rouge Forces is brilliantly written, confronting, informative, and the perfect title for those wanting to broaden their perspectives.

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