Hello all, I'm not well versed in military structure regarding divisions and their attachments etc, so I've turned to you for some help. My grandfather was Sgt. James Murphy (no middle name) G45033. He was a class A fitter that was part of the No. 60 Light Aid Detachment, RCOC, which was attached to the "12 CTR (TRR)" which I take to mean the 12th Canadian Tank Regiment, Three Rivers Regiment .. I've gotten this info off the back of a photo of him in Italy. There seems to be quite a bit of information on the Three Rivers Regiment and its role in Italy, but how do the Light Aid Detachments play into the situation? Do they serve with the same regiment the entire time? Or is it like closet of different sweaters that the regiment can choose from as they go into operations? Like many, my grandfather never spoke of his time in the war, and he died in the early 60s, so my mom only knows what she's been able to get from LAC, which isn't much. I've got a photo of him with an AFV patch on his arm (armored fighting vehicle?) but not much else is known and I can't find his name listed anywhere in forums or photos online. I live in Nova Scotia, so it's a little difficult to take a rip to Ottawa to dig through records. Does anyone know if any records exist specific to the No. 60 LAD? Thanks!