SASFA – wall of shame
This Wall of Shame is used to identify individuals, organisations and any other entities that act in conflict with stated laws and policies pertaining to the SA Special Forces, particularly with regards the operator’s status and insignia. These entities are exposed in this manner to ensure an awareness of their false claims and illegal actions
INDIVIDUALS – Claiming to be a SA Special Forces operator, either directly of by implication to create the impression that he was a qualified Special Forces operator.
COMPANIES – Some organisations claim to have “worked with” or “trained” the SA Special Forces in order to gain acclaim or convince prospective clients to deal with them in view of the “facts” or slightly altered versions of reality
FAKE INSIGNIA – Normally using Special Forces operator’s insignia to attempt financial gain for themselves. In most cases these individuals are fully aware that they are trading the items illegally and many of them create fake copies of such insignia
On the links below you can identify the who has been named and shamed by pretending to be what they are not.
SASFA Events Calendar
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