Hello All, I am relatively new to this sort of research and whilst trawling through my family tree on Ancestry (which I redid twice due to merging two completely different families....), I tripped over Gunner Walker. Not knowing a lot of my family history I had to ask my dad, Uncles and my second cousin once removed to bring me upto speed on Percy Walker. He's not a blood relation, but he married one of my great aunts and is the granddad to my second cousin. The family are extremely interested in piecing together his military story. Hence here I am. So far I know the following about P T: - Royal Artillery, 27 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment - Attended battle of Tobruk 1942 whereby he was initially listed as Missing - Record updated to reflect he was a POW initially at Capua Transit Camp - Transferred to Lamsdorf Stalag Luft VIII-B. He did return home and so far, from what I have found on Forces War records and Ancestry, he was De-mobbed in 1946. Apprently, he was always quite sadly affected by his war experience, and never really revealed what went on to his family. I currently do not have his war records, I need to apply for a copy of those, which I am working towards when the family finds the death certificate/I order a copy cause we don't know where it is! For this sub section of forum at least, I wish to try and peice together the military aspect in terms of activity, enrolment etc. Questions pertaining to his POW days will be posted in the POW section. I'm really asking if there is anyone out there who is versed on the activities of the 27th LAAR, or someone who could point me in the right direction on the topic. I have to admit, I got somewhat giddy with excitement that a relative was at Tobruk, as I find that to be a rather interesting theatre and its something I want to learn more about. Thank you for your time.