Camster is a few miles north of the harbour village of Lybster.
|Sergeant Thomas MacKay||Unknown||Unknown|
|Sergeant Alex Sutherland||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Sinclair MacDonald||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private W. B. MacKay||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Thomas John MacKay||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private D. Munro||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private G. Sutherland||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
Operational Base (OB)
The OB was located just off the Occumster to Camster Road near to Camster Lodge House.
Nothing substantial remains other than the basic outline shape of the foundations with a piece of timber within the ground.
Collapsed with few visible remains
This Patrol was fairly remote with regards to its OB location, but only 4 miles from Occumster which is on the South Caithness coast line and near to the A99 routes.
Training took place at Halkirk with Scout Section specialist instruction and at times conducted at Langwell further south.
Geoff Leet's article in Caithness Field Club Bulletin 2005
Hancock data held at B.R.A
TNA ref WO199/3388
Private Correspondence with David Blair