HC Deb 07 November 1950 vol 480 c31W
4. Squadron Leader Burden

asked the Secretary of State for War what Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes arrangements are available to British troops in Korea.

Mr. Strachey

The British troops originally despatched to Korea from Hong Kong have no N.A.A.F.I. facilities, but their canteen requirements are now being met by the Australians. They previously had full access to American facilities. The force which has been sent from the United Kingdom is accompanied by a complete expeditionary force Institute organisation. To cover the period before this organisation is in a position to distribute supplies, all units have in their possession specially prepared N.A.A.F.I. packs.