Paul Roberts is ex-SAS. He suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Acute Delusional Disorder (Persecutory Type). The problem is the army forgot to 'switch him off'. Paul Roberts had been a member of the elite SAS squad for 10 years and thought he'd seen it all. He'd been involved in the Blackhawk helicopter disaster where he saw his mates burned to death. Unable to help them because of injury he could only witness the gut-wrenching disaster. His guilt is excruciating and his life descended into a personal nightmare. Not just a story, this book also provides some insight for the general public into operational military conditioning, how damaging it can be for individuals, and how difficult it makes readjustment into the civilian world.