Looking for information on the 10th Survey Regiment, as of D-Day. In particular, information about my grandfather. I've downloaded the service records request forms but the MOD site seems to indicate that can take a while. Here is the information I have now: Arnold Bourne DOB 1924-01-29 Service # 14319849 10th Survey Regiment From a whole lot of googling and trying to understand how things are organized, I've put this together but not sure if its correct: 10th Survey Regiment 8th Army Group Royal Artillery VIII Corps (Lt Gen Sir Richard O'Connor) 2nd British Army I seem to recall him mentioning that he was on Gold Beach, but can't remember. I also THINK I found at some point that he was on Sound Ranging Troop B but can't confirm that, either. I also have information on a John Henry Ainsworth who was also in the 10th Survey Regiment, which I had previously used as a google search for info on the regiment but not finding much anymore. I DID manage to get his medals from the MOD about 6 months before he died a couple years ago. He had finished his time, turned in his stuff and never looked back. He kept nothing but a couple photos. He never bothered with the medals. He seemed pretty happy to get them so many years later. I have to wonder if he had no idea the significance of what he had taken part in at the time. Anyway, if any of you can set me straight on the correct... uh... "groupings" that he would have been a part of (I really don't have a clue when it comes to military hierarchy) I would really appreciate it. Thank you!