Hello, my name is Mary and my father, Harry, was with 387 DUKW coy in Burma. My profile picture shows him driving a DUKW. I am writing his life story and recently came across this very useful article (www.btcstorage.blob.core.wndows.net) which tells you all about what they did in India and Burma. 387 DUKW coy actually was given over to infantry at the battle of Kohima and were tasked with holding the Aradura spur, Kohima. After Kohima, my father joined the Royal Welsh Fusiliers for 1 month when they took a Hill at Mao Songsong before rejoining the DUKW company, going across the Chindwin and Irrawaddy rivers before going on to Rangoon.