The Scout Section was made of Regular Army soldiers with a Lieutenant in command. Their role was train the Home Guard Patrols, but also to go to ground themselves in the event of an invasion.
In April 1943, the Scout Sections were reduced in size, with the two sections combining to create a single joint section. This included men from both previous sections, the East Sussex and West Sussex Scout sections.
Some of the men can be seen in the photos of the preceding Scout Sections and identified. Three men cannot be identified and may possibly be replacements, though it may be they are in the individual section photos but are not so easy to spot.
|Lieutenant Laurence Roy Bradford||
|21 Jun 1943||16 Aug 1943|
|Sergeant Heasmann||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Lance Corporal Beaurle||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Corporal Jack Duffield||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Lance Corporal Harris||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Corporal Lockyer||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Lance Corporal Proctor||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Lance Corporal Westminster||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Erskine||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Mason||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Merritt||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
|Private Warde||Unknown||03 Dec 1944|
The Secret Sussex Resistance, Stewart Angell