Deciphering service papers

Living History

I am totally new to all this!

I have service papers and can work out what some of it means, but I am intrigued by “to be specially employed” in 1944. He did have a knowledge of the Swedish language and had worked in the Baltic pre war (not sure if that’s relevant or not!)

I would be grateful for any help with deciphering the attached or any help in pointing me in the right direction as to where I might find out more about his “special employment”

Thank you

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