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In Germany in WW2

What was the SA?

The SA is the abbreviation for the Sturmabteilung . These were the original "storm troopers" who were the strong-arm of Hitler and terrorized the Jewish population and regula (MORE)
In Software and Applications (non-game)

What is SAS?

Genraly S.A.S is special Army force in Great Britain. British S.A.S and S.B.S hailed as the best Elite force in the world. S.A.S stands for: Special Air Services. S.B.S s (MORE)
In War and Military History

What is the SA?

could stand for the Salvation Army. Answer: Sturmabteilung, meaning "Storm Division" or Stormtroopers in the German Political Party, the NSDAP. They were a paramiitary or ps (MORE)
In Business & Finance

What is 'sas'?

sas are the best fighting unit in the world bar none the british sas train the American special forces and cia They are the Special Air Service
In History, Politics & Society

Who are the SA?

Sturm Abteilung, the Storm Wing of the Nazi party. Led by Ernst Roehm they were superseeded by the SS after the Night of the Long Knives.
In Microsoft Excel

How do you get in the SAS?

you have to go through lots of special training and have many abilities that are not always easily found much and are treasured in the special forces the sas is a challenging (MORE)
In Computer Keyboards

How do you get into the SAS?

With great difficulty. You have to have served atleast 3 yrs in some regiment,then put urself forawrd for S.A.S training wich is still the most hardest gruelling training k (MORE)
In Germany in WW2

Who was the SA?

The SA is the abbreviation for the Sturmabteilung . These were the original "storm troopers" who were the strong-arm of Hitler and terrorized the Jewish population.. The SA (MORE)
In History of England

What do you have to do to be in the SAS?

Firstly, join the army. Complete your basic training, then apply for an area of the army that suits you and the army. If the army see something special in your all round abili (MORE)
In War and Military History

Who is SAS?

Special Air Service, an elite unit of the British military created during World War 2 and still in existence today.