1. SAS soldiers insist top brass can’t hide on war crimes  The Australian
  2. Soldiers speaking out vital to SAS inquiry  The Age
  3. 'They are not one of us': SAS soldiers condemn war crime perpetrators  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. SAS just wants the truth. We do not have a callous disregard for human life.  The Australian
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This week, Defence Force Chief Angus Campbell is expected to release the findings of one of the most anticipated and confronting investigations to be made public in Australia. Conducted over four years by senior judge Paul Brereton, the probe will detail alleged war crimes committed by a small number of Australia's special forces troops between 2005 and 2016.This week, Defence Force Chief Angus Campbell is expected to release the findings of one of the most anticipated and confronting investigations to be made public in Australia. Conducted over four years by senior judge Paul Brereton, the probe will detail alleged war crimes committed by a small number of Australia's special forces troops between 2005 and 2016.

For the first time in SASR history, a group of 12 current and former soldiers has stepped out from the shadows to remind the country what they are, and what they are not.For the first time in SASR history, a group of 12 current and former soldiers has stepped out from the shadows to remind the country what they are, and what they are not.