Clive Cadle

I was in Kenya between 1957 and 1959. First time we were only there at Gilgil, west of Nairobi, we literally had to carve our camp out of the bush. After only about six weeks we had orders to pack up and move to an unknown destination in the middle east. We were a rapid deployment force, and could be anywhere in the region within 24 hours.
Our eventual destination was Bahrain, where we spent about three months, then moving to Aden, and eventually back to Gilgil. Here I spent the rest of my tour until August 1959.
My sergeant's name was McKenzie.
I was the Squadron Dispatch Rider and Company Photographer.