|Area Officer Royal Signals||Lieutenant Joseph Harold Fletcher||1943||1944|
|Area Officer Royal Signals||Lieutenant John Hunter Monck-Mason||1942||1943|
|Intelligence Officer||Captain Cecil Mein Probyn-Dighton Coxwell-Rogers||01 Sep 1943||28 Sep 1943|
|Intelligence Officer||Captain Edward Robert Ramage Fingland||27 Sep 1943||01 Nov 1943|
|Intelligence Officer||Captain Ernest Cyril Grover||1943||1943|
|Intelligence Officer||Captain Arthur Douglas Ingrams||1943||1944|
This Network was supported by The Royal Signals of Area 17A.
The National Archives holds a memorandum dated 30 March 1942 which states; " The C-in-C has decided that the organisation of the wireless installations for the intelligence side of Auxiliary Units should be expanded to, inclusive, Montrose, and should also include the South Wales and North Somerset areas".