Well done Michel for the Excel file! Very clear. I have collected a lot of information on who was on each of the LCI(s) in this loading plan. For example, LCI(s) 503 carried 1 Troop 6 Commando. I corresponded for a few years with Peter Masters who was in this Troop. I also met Jack Barker the CO of LCI(s) 503 at a meeting of the LCI(s) Association in 1998 in London. There were quite a few other officers from 200, 201 and 202 Flotillas at the reunion. I showed them all the AFPU films of the LCI(s) Flotillas on DDay (Sgt Norman Clague - LCI(s) 521 3 Troop 6 Cdo, Sgt Ian Grant LCI(s) 528 45Rm Cdo C Troop bicycles Capt Rushforth, Lt Peter Handford,(LCI(s) 526, Sgt Ernie Walters (LCI(s) 525 and Sgt Dick Leatherbarrow landing with 48 RM Cdo . After showing the film the LCI(s) officers made a lot of comments which I recorded. Through the AFPU association I was put in contact with Sgt George Laws (4 Commando 07h50), Lt Peter Handford Sgt Ernie Walters and Sgt Dick Leatherbarrow. I corresponded with all of them, especially Laws, Walters and Handford. I sent them copies of their D Day film for their comments. Which Commando troop was on which LCI(s) is mainly solved but sometimes a troop would be split over 2 LCI(s). There is therefore some sorting and confirming to be done. However, for Commando Troops it seems very rare to have such complete lists. (I have 3 Troop 6 Commando) Les Jordan (Cox'n LCI(s) 530) compiled a list of over 600 officers and men of the LCI(s) , classified by LCI(s). This means that for a particular LCI(s) you can have a list of 15 officers and men. I corresponded for about 4 years with Les Jordan. I think it would be interesting to attempt to compile an as complete as possible list of the personnel on each LCI(s) on DDay Question: Would you like me to (progressively!) post information I have? Where would be the best place to post it?