Be very careful what you wish for By Roy Oswick Following the granting of independence to the island of Cyprus, the role of the military police changed and reverted to the […]
Retired ex Military Policeman, Prison Officer, and Detenton Centre Manager.
First came to Cyprus in 1958 as a National Serviceman and was posted to the C in C's Escort Section. i left the island in 1961 and did not return for more than 40 yrs. I now live in the village of Catalkoy and love it. prior to a nasty spell of ill health a couple of years ago I enjoyed playing golf and was one of the first to join the Korinium club. Sadly I can no longer play but I still enjoy living here in such a beautiful island.
Happy Birthday from RMP Anti Vice By Roy Oswick Shortly after the Independence of Cyprus was agreed troops stationed on the island were permitted to visit the towns and cities on the […]
By Roy Oswick It is not only footballers that have the hand of god!
Redcaps on Patrol Cyprus 1958/59/60 It pays to think before you speak By Roy Oswick Being a Military Policeman in Cyprus during the time when the island was subject to the EOKA […]
KEEPING UP WITH THE TOP BRASS The Commander in Chief’s Escort Section ROYAL MILITARY POLICE By Roy Oswick Following the completion of my 16 week Royal Military Police Course at Inkerman Barracks […]