Unit History: Intelligence and Security Company
14 Intelligence and Security Company (14 ISC);
14 Intelligence Company was a special unit of the British Army. The unit was formed in 1973 and its role was to provide surveillance in parts of Northern Ireland where regular British Army and police units had difficulty operating. Its members were known as ’operators’ who were drawn from a number of intelligence agencies and the Special Air Service (SAS). 14 Intelligence Company operations were based on ’Detachments’ (’Det’) to each of the British Army’s three Brigades in Northern Ireland.
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