Two troop commanders I served under warrant special comment. Captain Peter Childs and was awarded the Military Cross, and Captain John Stevenson of the Royal Australian Artillery who was highly respected being a qualified army surveyor as well as being a good leader.
One evening Captain Stevenson wanted to visit our AP on Little Gibraltar and asked me if I would accompany him. The joke was that at that time I did not have a driving licence, so ended up with him driving me! I believe that his vehicle was an Austin Champ, (the British equivalent to the US Willys Jeep.)
The track between our base camp and the rear of Hill 355 was in direct view from the Chinese lines, so a series of tall posts had been installed either side of the track to enable large camouflage nets to be suspended at regular intervals. This allowed essential daytime use, although a low speed was necessary to prevent dust rising, which would lead to a mortar round or two incoming. Because of the high regard I had for this leader, I managed to track down quite a history using Google.
[Major General John Dennis Stevenson AO, CBE (Retd) died on 30th July 2008, at the age of 83 years. Early in his career he had studied at the School of Artillery at Larkhill, Wiltshire].