Hi all, I'm researching my great uncles war history, who was a gunner on a Halifax in 78 Squadron (shot down in May '44 in LV905-W - one of its props is a memorial at RAF Brighton). I've pieced together his sortie history from ops records but the query I have is that he transferred into 78 from 'Holme' in April '44 - I know RAF Holme was home to 76 squadron at that time, but after checking their ops records and summaries in march and April '44, there's no evidence of my great uncle flying ops for 76 or even showing transfer out of 76 at that time. Can anyone shed any light onto what else could explain 'holme' please? I've noticed in the 78 ops that he replaced another gunner in an existing crew and that gunner was transferred the other way (eg from 78 sqn to 'Holme'), and I know after 30 sorties they were rotated out for a few months (usually to train), so could Holme be something training related which would explain not showing up on 76 records? I'm awaiting my great uncles service records to arrive which will obviously shed light and may provide more info, but I just wondered if anyone could help in the meantime? Many thanks!