During NS, I was there at the Sch of Many Papayas, also known as the Sch of Manpower, with the fork, knife and spoon insignia, where I learnt the hard way to type with the extra HD Olivetti typewriter. Really need finger exercise to move that solid steel machine. And together with those pdf women.
And we took those Bedford and IH 3 tonners to and from the camp. It was SOP that we climbed up the 3tonner before the girls and then, they would alight after us, to have their modesty intact.
Went back there years later as a reservist in the 9th Div. IPPT, recalls, etc.
And then, also ever played a round of golf at the tiny course. That is about the easiest course around, being flat, extremely flat, almost like the runway next to it. And the standing order there was not to hit when you see a plane in the air....