I've been having a tidy up and have found a set of, I'd estimate, sixty or seventy photographs that I bought for a couple of pounds from a relative of a post-war soldier (no useful information supplied). There's a varied bunch of subjects, including the ubiquitous troop ships, street scenes, camels and fellahs in traditional garb, but the military shots included aren't too bad and tend to have captions. From those I've managed to glean that the man was in the region around 1951-52 and spent time in Fayid, Ismailia, Port Said (perhaps just in transit) and Transjordan. The images are tiny and need work to tidy up, so I've started with a sub-set identifiable as having been taken on a single day. The location is Mount Shubra/Gebel Shubra Wit (AKA: "The Flea"), about an hour's walk from the camp at Fayid Compare with this image: Description here: Canal Zoners - Just Reminiscing The cap-badge looks distinctive in shape--and I've done a zoom of the most promising shot. Is anybody able to make a stab as to the unit or come up with any other clues from these images? Caption: "Stop that playing about at the back there!" Caption: "Gebel Shaubret, i.e. BIG FLEA. The black squares are the targets." Caption: "Waiting for a target to appear." Caption: "Aim! REST" Caption: "FIRE!" [Zoomed--Caption as above] The unit flash is illegible even under a magnifying glass, but I could almost swear it's three words: medium length word--short--medium. Just a thought, but in 1951-52, did the RAF Regiment use army ranks? There's a 'Pte' in the caption of the final image. Caption: "Old Soldier. 12 Years Service. Pte McGuy 12 months."