- P.P.A. 'H' Patrol photobook -

Unveiling of the P.P.A. Memorial.





Early in the morning operation Memorial begun for P.P.A.'s 'H' Patrol.

The 'H' Patrol jeeps were loaded into a truck from the Blake Company.

When Pat BLake (P.P.A. 'S' Patrol)started up the compagny he used the unit sign of P.P.A..

Here they go our 'pride and joys' for there trip to Engand.

The Three Musketeers Kurt van Looke, Guy Harris and Roy Paterson (PPA-PS, RAS-PPA and FoPPA)

Mash prepared the flag ready to be placed on the monument.

The jeeps were unloaded from the truck in the Wittington Barracks.

The jeeps were unloaded from the truck in the Wittington Barracks.

Two 'H' Patrol jeeps nearby the P.P.A. monument.

'H' Patrol jeep guarding, far in the rear - the P.P.A. monument.

'Popski' and Roy Paterson of 'H' Patrol drove arround for a last check.

































 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: P.P.A. Preservation Society / Friends of P.P.A..
Photos: P.P.A. Preservation Society / Friends of P.P.A..

 

 
   

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