Sep 262015

Arms_of_Essex.svgThanks to the hard work of Hugh Frostick and Dr Will Ward we have added another 4 patrol reports to the website this morning.

Colchester A Patrol

Horsley Cross/Mistley Patrol

Rowhedge Colchester B Patrol

Fingringhoe Patrol

We still need your help to fill in a few blanks so if you can help please do contact us.

Sep 272014
Mawgan Porth The OB is thought to have been located in a quarry in the top far right of the wood.

Mawgan Porth – The bunker is thought to have been located in a quarry in the top far right of the wood.

Today we have added a patrol report on the St.Mawgan Auxiliary Unit Patrol in Cornwall.

The patrol is thought to have been made up of six members and. Their training meetings took place in two caravans located at Tolcarne Farm.

You can read the full report here

Mar 232014

Don HandscombeToday we have added a full patrol report on the Thundersley Auxiliary Unit Patrol in Essex.

The membership of the Thundersley patrol has a complex history with many members, though it appears that some were discharged as not coming up to the mark, using the “returned to unit” process also adopted by the SAS and other elite units.

Thanks to Auxilier Don Handscombe for the help given to Dr Will Ward when he was researching the patrol.

You can read the full report here 


Jan 022014

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Apr 052012

We have just added information on the Ipswich II Auxiliary Unit patrol from Suffolk to the site.

The OB has sadly long gone. Apart from patrol leader Sgt Neville G Palmer in the centre, front row of the picture, they don’t know who is who in the photo and would be grateful to hear from anybody who can put names on the other men. The report, by our CIO’s Evelyn Simak and Adrian Pye.

See the full page here