Hi - as per my "hi" in the newbie section - here is a couple of the photos found and a bit more info on my grandad. His name was Stephen Oliver and he was in the 10th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, moving to the Military Police in Singapore when the unit was disbanded. I believe he was a radio operator and landed on the beaches of Normandy a couple of days after D-Day. It was something he never really talked about and only started to open up a bit more in the recent few months before passing away 2 weeks ago. Apparently, he had a very lucky escape when under machine-gun fire on the beaches, as when taking cover and laying on his front (radio on chest) - a bullet went straight through his radio and killed his friend who was lying next to him - no name ever given. This is one of the photos that we found. I'm not sure if this is the 10th HLI, but looking at him and guessing his age at the time, it might well be. If it's not, maybe it can be of use to any other members or that someone could shed more light.. The second photo is the back, presumably signed by the men in the photo (my grandad is back row, second from left) Sorry if this is in the wrong section - tell me if so and I'll move it!