Evening all, I am new to this forum, A year ago I managed to get my grandfathers (George Ernest Barber) service record and i have a large number of gaps which I am hoping you can help with. 31/01/1944 through 27/07/1977 my grandfather was a member of "2ND RMAS REGT 4TH RMAS BTY". I understand from the landing tables that its either a nan red or white option but I want to try and establish more about his role on d-day and more specifically the location he came ashore and where and when he travelled from here. I do know he ended up at Royal Navy Auxiliary Hospital Barrow Gurney Bristol 27/07/1944. So he was either injured or was shell-shocked from the horrific things he saw. I do recall some stories about the things he witnessed so it was probably shell-shock. If anyone has any photos of this Regiment that would be amazing but from my research to date there seems to be few photos. If anyone is able to point be in the direction of where i may be able to obtain more details i would really appreciate it. I will be off to Juno beach again in May and I cant wait! Thanks in advance Alex.