The British newspaper “Daily Star Sunday” reports that More than 350 Royal Marines from 42 Commando are on their way to Syrian border.
The British troops will go to Jordan and wait to get into Syria after David Cameron slammed the Syrian regime for using chemical weapons.
Coalition Special Forces from the US, Poland and the UK are also working with Jordanian special forces, who are trained by the SAS, with the Special Boat Service heading a hostage rescue exercise.
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The Marines, plus the command and control group from the UK’s amphibious task group, will deploy next week and join an 8,000-strong international force on Friday.
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