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Segment from Legasee's incredible hour long interview with Rusty Firmin of the 22 SAS Squadron. Hear in intense step-by-step detail of the moment his SAS team smashed the windows of the Iranian embassy in London, and went about resolving the infamous hostage situation.
Ex-SAS Sergeant Rusty Firmin, who shot dead a grenade-carrying terrorist during the Iranian Embassy siege, gives a summary of his career as has donates the kit he wore to the Combined Military Services Museum, Maldon.
Rusty Firmin ex-SAS Blue Team Leader talks to snapperjack for Eye Spy Magazine about the Iranian Embassy Siege of 1980. Produced after the publication of his first book Go! Go! Go! with Will Pearson.
The Iranian Embassy Siege of 1980 was a siege of the Iranian embassy in London after it had been taken over by Iranian Arab separatists. The siege was ended when the Special Air Service (SAS), a British special forces unit, stormed the building in Operation Nimrod. The incident brought the SAS to the world's attention.
SAS are being sent in to hunt down the terrorist warlords. The elite fighter force will now get more funding - along with more support from drones and spy planes - but is it enough to fight terrorists at home and abroad?
BBC Wales news website takes a closer look at one of Wales' last true wildernesses, its significant role in the history of the SAS and why it is no stranger to tragedy.