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Australia SAS Australia's Ant Middleton on having 'saved and taken lives'

11:50  26 october  2020
11:50  26 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Former British soldier and SAS Australia ' s Chief Instructor Ant Middleton states in the show's introduction: 'I've saved lives , and I've taken lives '. Appearing on Monday's episode of Australian radio show, The Kyle and Jackie O Show, the 39-year-old candidly addressed his opening remarks.

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Former British soldier and SAS Australia's Chief Instructor Ant Middleton states in the show's introduction: 'I've saved lives, and I've taken lives'.

Appearing on Monday's episode of Australian radio show, The Kyle and Jackie O Show, the 39-year-old candidly addressed his opening remarks.

'I don't talk about it willy-nilly as such, but I'm honest with my career, I'm honest with what I've done. And I'm honest with the lives that I've saved and taken,' he said.

a man standing in front of a door: 'I'm honest with what I've done': SAS Australia's Ant Middleton (pictured), 39, addressed his opening line on the show where he talks about having 'saved and taken lives' as a former British soldier, during an appearance on Monday's radio show, The Kyle and Jackie O Show © Provided by Daily Mail 'I'm honest with what I've done': SAS Australia's Ant Middleton (pictured), 39, addressed his opening line on the show where he talks about having 'saved and taken lives' as a former British soldier, during an appearance on Monday's radio show, The Kyle and Jackie O Show

Asked by radio host Kyle Sandilands how many lives he has taken, Ant cautiously chose his words, revealing how he has detailed his past career in a number of books he has written.

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Having done 'multiple tours in Afghanistan' and completed 'five tours operationally in total', Ant said he has spoken about the 'responsibility' of both taking and saving lives in his literature.

'Our job isn't to take life, our job is to save life,' he stressed. 'We only take a life if it's absolutely necessary. Either my life is in immediate threat, or my pal's life is in immediate threat.'

a man holding a gun: Responsibility: 'Our job isn't to take life, our job is to save life,' he stressed to radio host Kyle Sandilands. 'We only take a life if it's absolutely necessary. Either my life is in immediate threat, or my pal's life is in immediate threat' © Provided by Daily Mail Responsibility: 'Our job isn't to take life, our job is to save life,' he stressed to radio host Kyle Sandilands. 'We only take a life if it's absolutely necessary. Either my life is in immediate threat, or my pal's life is in immediate threat'

Ant went on to say that it's not a topic he approaches 'willy-nilly' and is 'honest' with the lives that he has saved and taken.

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a man standing in front of a fence: Not a light subject: Ant went on to say that it's not a topic he approaches 'willy-nilly' and is 'honest' with the lives that he has saved and taken. He has spoken in greater depth in a number of books he has written © Provided by Daily Mail Not a light subject: Ant went on to say that it's not a topic he approaches 'willy-nilly' and is 'honest' with the lives that he has saved and taken. He has spoken in greater depth in a number of books he has written

Ant previously revealed that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for the show is that it gives them the opportunity to 'remake' themselves after being involved in a scandal.

'They have the opportunity to define themselves in front of their nation,' he told industry website TV Tonight earlier this month.

Ant explained that some of the stars have been defined by their headlines, and SAS Australia gives them the chance to present a new side of themselves.

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a man standing in front of a mountain: 'They have the opportunity to define themselves': Meanwhile, Ant previously revealed to TV Tonight that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for the show, is that it gives them the opportunity to 'remake' themselves after being involved in a scandal © Provided by Daily Mail 'They have the opportunity to define themselves': Meanwhile, Ant previously revealed to TV Tonight that one of the main reasons why celebrities sign up for the show, is that it gives them the opportunity to 'remake' themselves after being involved in a scandal

'Maybe they've been misinterpreted by the media, by one story that's defined their whole life [to the public],' he said.

'Misinterpreted by an article, by a photo that's been taken of them, and they want to come out and prove that they're not that person.'

SAS Australia airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

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