Churchill's British Resistance - The Auxiliary Units

 

Crimond Auxiliary Unit Patrol

This page was last updated at 6:23am on 18/4/15

Thank you for selecting information on the Crimond Auxiliary Unit Patrol and their Operational Base in Scotland. The info below has been supplied by CART's Aberdeenshire CIO, Alan Stewart.

Research into this patrol and its training is ongoing. The information below is published from various sources and is by no means conclusive. If information is not listed below it does not necessarily mean the information is not out there but normally means CART researchers have not found it yet.

If you have any information on this patrol or can help with research in this area please do contact us.

Crimond  is an area of small villages to the East of Fraserburgh. At Crimond there was a major RNAS base with 4 runways, and including a seaplane base.

Crimond had a road and nearby railway infrastructure that any invading force could make good use of due to suitable invasion beaches being in the area.

Group Commander is Lieut. J.L Low, Headmaster from Old Deer, and 2nd Lieut,. A. Forbes, Fraserburgh.

Unknown



Sgt A Mutch, Longhill, Crimond
Sgt? R Richards
Pvt G Barclay
Pvt W Lawrence
Pvt J Mackie
Pvt G Milne

Unknown.  Believed to be in the woods adjacent the Patrol Sgts house at Longhill.

RNAS Crimond airfield and seaplane base. Roads and main Aberdeen Railwayline.

Crimond Airfield today. © Copyright Adrian and Janet Quantock

Currently unknown

We suspect they were issued with the standard kit. 

Nothing currently.

TNA – WO199/3388 201 Bn rolls.
Hancock Report

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