Llanarth "Noah" Auxiliary Unit and their Operational Base.
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Unit Patrol and their Operational Base in Monmouthshire. The info below has come from our archive.
Research into this patrol and its training is ongoing. The information below is published
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Sgt. Simon Scrope of Raglan, joined HM Forces Oct 1944
Cpl. Francis James Sutherland of Raglan
Pte. Herbert Henry Dewfield of Raglan
Pte. William Thomas Henry Webb of Raglan
Pte. George Edwin Graveston of Penpergwm
Pte. Frank Austin Pearson of Raglan
Pte F S Powell of Raglan
Pte R J N Roberts
Pte R Davies
Pte E J Porter
Group training courses with target practice were arranged every 4-5 weeks at the derelict
Glen Court mansion, Llantrissant near Usk. Pertholey House near Newbridge on Usk and Belmont House near
An annual training camp with members from other Patrols was held at Southerdown. The men
were billeted at Dunraven Castle which was also home to evacuees during the war.
The men were taught how to make sticky bombs, use a selection of guns, grenades, fuses and
pencil bombs. Each patrol was issued with Fairbairn Sykes and Bowie knives which were particularly lethal
instruments. The men were taught advanced ‘thuggery’ and became very highly skilled in how to kill silently
using knives or the cheese cutter garrotte. The men were basically not meant to be a confrontational unit, but
lone sentries would no doubt have been targets for silent execution.
Unknown, but it is assumed
that they had the standard
weapons and explosives issued to all patrols.
TNA WO199/3389 & data from CART researcher Sallie Mogford.
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