The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

'Sans Peur'       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders red and white dicing       'Ne Obliviscaris'


A Snapshot of Service
in 'A' Company of the Argylls
Tobruk Barracks - 1958

Map of Libya

  from the A&SH tray..........
Dhekelia, Cyprus, CO's orders. The Orderly Sergeant from Support Company was told to move some corrugated iron sheets from the camp perimeter fence. He didn't know how to spell it, so he wrote, 'Wu've tae move that riggly tin.'

barrack room in Tobruk
Photo © H M Aitken
How about the bull in this barrack room, then?

Just look at that shine, and those lily-white towels all folded in regimental size, level, shape, height, thickness, colour, angle, aspect, attitude, inclination, orientation................

"Haw maw, wur ye no proud o' us?"

I never did see how this compared with what the RAF boys lived in!


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