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British SAS commander in Afghanistan quits over bad equipment

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A British newspaper says the commander of the Special Air Service in Afghanistan has resigned over the poor standard of equipment given to troops.

The Daily Telegraph reported Saturday that Maj. Sebastian Morley has quit over what he claims is chronic under investment in armoured vehicles.

It said he blames poor equipment for the deaths of at least four of his troops.


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