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I see from your description that you are researching 224 squadron? My late grandfather, Sgt Jack Sidebotham, served in 224 from 1940 until the end of the second world war. He was mentioned in dispatches in 1944, although I never did find out what he did for that. He was a navigator on B-24's, and then possibly on Lancaster's, although I can't find anything to back this up. I have a lot of his RAF things, such as a squad photo from 1945 in front of a Liberator, his medals, and original propaganda leaflets that he dropped into France. It would be lovely to find out a bit more about the people he was with. It's not an easy task for me as not everyone is mentioned! However, I do have a training programme for the date 17th May 1943 which mentions a few names. This was when the squadron where at St Eval. If you would like to know more then please do get in touch with me. Many thanks and best wishes.