Cliff Duncan has written an absorbing account of his time on National Service with the RAF in the 1950’s. It has been published and can be viewed on line – see link below. Alternatively Duncan has one or to typed copies which he is prepared to lend interested members. It is a fascinating account of a life changing experience. You can read how Cliff was a key man in the evacuation of Khartoum after the crisis of 1955 and how he commandeered the queen’s temporary throne at the El Adem RAF base!
Cliff pictured with his book which you can read online here.
Well worth a read, whether you suffered National Service yourself or just wonder what you missed. DK