Crimond is an area of small villages to the east of Fraserburgh.
|Sergeant Alexander Mutch||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Sergeant Robert Richards||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private George Barclay||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Robert Clubb||
|Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private William Lawrence||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private J. Mackie||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private George Milne||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
Operational Base (OB)
Believed to be in the woods adjacent the Patrol Sergeant's house at Longhill.
Location not known
At Crimond there was a major Royal Naval Air Station base with 4 runways, and including a seaplane base. Other targets would have been roads and main Aberdeen railway line.
Crimond had a road and nearby railway infrastructure that any invading force could make good use of due to suitable invasion beaches being in the area.
TNA ref WO199/3388 201 Bn rolls.
Hancock Report held at B.R.A