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For the character in Resistance: The Gathering Storm, see Twitch Saunders.


Saunders was the second-in-command and later temporary commander of the 24th SAS Regiment's H-Squadron.

Saunders was in Manchester, presumptively late 1950. Saunders was with another squad protecting Manchester Cathedral and he was one of the few soldiers to actually manage to kill a Howler and commenting that it was "as big as a horse and bulletproof." He also stated that he only survived because of an "old shotgun" he had found.[1] At some point he escaped the cathedral and joined the 24th SAS Regiment's H-Squadron under the command of Lieutenant Childress, where he rose up to become second-in-command.

Saunders was involved in Operation Shear in Nottingham on July 12th 1951. Lieutenant Stephen Cartwright had commandeered the SAS squadron and jointly shared control of half of H-Squadron with Saunders whilst Childress attempted to clear out a mortar position.

Childress valiant sacrificed his life to get the mortar position destroyed, leaving Saunders in charge of H-Squadron for the rest of the operation. When the remainder of H-Squadron stormed the Chimeran tunnel nexus, Saunders and a few of his men successfully sealed all the tunnels surrounding the nexus resulting in success for the operation.

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ "Of Howlers"

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