Interested in RAF Bomb Disposal casualties around D-Day and was looking for background info concerning the following: - I believe LCT 1025 was involved in rescuing survivors. Middlesex Chronicle from 20 January 1945 Is there a list somewhere of which units were on which ships/crafts? Casualties for LCT 390 I can find naval personnel: HAWES, Daniel G, Ty/Act/Leading Seaman, C/JX 315161, MPK HILLYARD, Clifton, Stoker 1c, D/KX 136480, MPK HOWARD, George J, Act/Able Seaman, C/JX 395156, killed NYE, John H P, Leading Wireman, D/MX 102969, MPK RICHARDS, Roy H, Ty/Lieutenant, RNVR, MPK YARNELL, Wilfred H, Wireman, D/MX 105209, MPK Were there RAF BD guys on LST 715 or is it LCT 715, as finding references to both - "LCT 715 was torpedoed and sunk by an E-boat off JUNO beach, #127 Wing RCAF Headquarters was onboard, Cpl. H.W. Boyd, driver Sgt M.W. Card, Cpl M.F. Kimmerly, LAC N. Somolenko and nine other airmen among those lost at sea." "LST 715 was torpedoed and sunk in the English Channel off Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, Manch by S 100, S 142, S 150 and S 168." Possible casualties from '715' or '390' include - HANNAH, EDWARD ARTHUR Flt Sgt 545959 - 6225 Bomb Disposal Flight GOODWIN, WILLIAM VICTOR Cpl 1529279 - 6225 Bomb Disposal Flight HENLEY, ROY HENRY Cpl 1529285 - 6225 Bomb Disposal Flight SHARP, THOMAS CHARLES LAC 1874201 - 6225 Bomb Disposal Flight STOTT, HAROLD LAC 1534309 - 6225 Bomb Disposal Flight BAINES, ARTHUR JAMES LAC 1449013 - 6225 Bomb Disposal Flight HARMAN, HERBERT KENNETH LAC 1464926 CROFTS, JACK HENSON LAC 1678283 3207 Servicing Commando MARKWICK, STANLEY RONALD FREDERICK LAC 1117534 F/Lt Herbert DRURY - 115811 - Runnymede Panel 202; F/Lt Kenneth GATE - 115817 - Runnymede Panel 202, and AC1 Alan B. ROUTELEDGE - 1798971 - buried Bayeux War Cem. Another RAF BD guy, Sgt John Cavill, landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day+1 with a Mobile Radar unit. Maybe he landed from a different vessel? He was wounded on the beach and evacuated to an American hospital at Malvern. On recovery he was posted back to his previous BD role at Holmsey South and was disposing of bombs around Gosport in July 44. And even more confusing is 6205 BD Flight Corporal MIDDLETON, ELDRED FRANCIS 1285110 recorded as having died on 6 June - "Killed in action, D-Day, at Omaha Beach, Bayeux War Cemetery." Assume the date of death on his gravestone was a guestimate and he was one of those lost in the next couple of days as not aware of any RAF BD units landing on the 6th. Any more background info relating to any of the above, or photos of vessels, would be much appreciated.