In 1994, nearly 25 years ago, my brother and I made our first trip together to Normandy on our WW2 motorcycles (taking us 3 days to get from Holland to Normandy). Since then we have been back, with or without motorcycles, every 5 years and are now of course preparing for this year's events. As part of my preparations after 25 years I have now finally managed to digitize the photos we then took. What I would like to know now: who's on them?! At present I can only identify Staff-Sergeant Jim Wallwork and Major John Howard (and Madame Arlette Gondree). Most photos attached were taken on June 5th, 1994. We had the privilege and tremendous luck of running into, I believe, all six glider pilots involved in the attack on Pegasus Bridge, and to have a brief chat with them. A few hours later we also saw Major Howard and of course many more 6th Airborne and other veterans during the official commemorations. Next day at Arromanche was also unforgettable. About that I also still remember I was quite upset about the veterans there (thousands of them!) having to stand on the wet sand while the Queen was driving past comfortably and standing dry, I believe in a Land Rover. It was a great time with most veterans being in their early seventies and easy to approach, or even approaching us because of the motorcycles... I could not resist also to add some photos with the motorcycles, on the way to Normandy in Ypres, with some veterans in Bayeux (of anyone knows their names...) and of myself at Arromanche, taken on June 5th, 1994.