A view of the Camp
28 Field Ambulance Exercise
The original M.A.S.H,??
N.A.A.F.I. Tea and buns - Glyn Hughes style
The photographs above were taken while I was serving on national service with 28 Field Ambulance RAMC. At the time there was also a unit of Polish MSO stationed with us who were mainly used as drivers. We were part of 7 Arm Div (Desert Rats) who were based at Hohne Garrison.
On of my most vivid memories of that time was walking through the local woods which were completely silent, with no sight or sound of any wild animals or birds at all. It was all very eerie, as though they knew something very dreadful had happened there, which kept them away. I often wonder whether it is the same today.
Text and photographs courtesy of Alan Jones