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  • Captain Robert Nairac of 14 Intelligence Company was alleged to have been involved in many acts of UVF violence.
  • In Northern Ireland, he spent two years working as an undercover operator with 14 Intelligence Company, going on to become an instructor.
  • Of course, there was significant use of the Special Air Service and other specialist units such as 14 Intelligence Company in Northern Ireland.
  • This, as well as his involvement with the covert unit 14 Intelligence Company during his special forces service may explain his concerns about his personal safety.
  • The documentary also suggested that British Army officer Robert Nairac, a member of the covert Special Reconnaissance Unit / 14 Intelligence Company, may have been involved.
  • SIS can also call on the Special Reconnaissance Regiment, which absorbed 14 Intelligence Company as well as Intelligence Corps and Royal Military Police personnel, including female officers.
  • The regiment was formed around a core of the already established 14 Intelligence Company, which played a similar role against the Provisional IRA in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.
  • Taylor states, " 14 Intelligence Company, the secret army unit known as " the DET ", were monitoring three AK47s at a farm building in County Armagh.
  • He says, " 14 Intelligence Company, the secret army unit known as " the DET ", were monitoring three AK47s at a farm building in County Armagh.
  • Fred Holroyd claimed this was an SAS unit under cover at the Royal Engineers'base at Castledillon, County Armagh, which he visited ( see 14 Intelligence Company ).
  • Holroyd also claimed that during the mid-1970s the Special Air Service ( SAS ) used the cover name, " 4 Field Survey Troop, Royal Engineers " ( see 14 Intelligence Company ) during operations.
  • Fleming was killed along with fellow volunteer Danny Doherty after they were ambushed in the grounds of Gransha Hospital by Special Air Service ( SAS ) and 14 Intelligence Company soldiers of the British Army on 6 December 1984.
  • A SAS unit from the Londonderry Detachment of 14 Intelligence Company, without the knowledge of the Royal Ulster Constabulary or the hospital authorities, located troops at the site keeping watch for two weeks prior to 6 December.
  • Following completion of several training courses, he returned to Northern Ireland in 1974 attached to 4 Field Survey Troop, Royal Engineers, one of the three sub-units of a Special Duties unit known as 14 Intelligence Company ( 14 Int ).
  • As well as carrying out overt information work for the British Army, Wallace was also working for 14 Intelligence Company as a member of the ultra-secret Army Psychological Operations unit ( Information Policy ), covertly attempting to undermine, disrupt and control paramilitary groups.
  • The British Army's 14 Intelligence Company, which was a secret undercover intelligence unit, also known as the DET, were monitoring three AK47s at a farm building in this rural part of County Armagh and were aware that Grew and McCaughey were due to remove the guns.
  • Holroyd said he worked with the members of this unit and that members were told that it was a NITAT ( Northern Ireland Training and Tactics Team ), whose personnel were " former, serving or recently trained " SAS soldiers, with the commanders being infantry officers attached to the SAS . One of these was Captain Robert Nairac, described as, " seconded to 14th Intelligence ", otherwise known as 14 Intelligence Company " or'14 Int '.