Evening all, I'm currently interviewing a wireless operator from B squadron, East Riding Yeomamry. We have discussed in length where he landed on D-Day. On route to Gosport, 4 Sherman's from B squadron were held up and did not make it to their correct LCT. Alan says that they arrived in Gosport very late and were loaded up into an LCT that was waiting for them. They were the only four tanks onboard along with their fitters Lorry that was loaded on last and blocked there route off! Alan says the LCT was full of infantry, possibly Suffolk regiment (trying to remember 71 years in) The deck of the LCT was full with Bren gun carriers. Alan goes on to further say that it is mentioned in the ERY history book 'Forrard' that the LCT with most of the ERY was four tanks short. I haven't got a copy of the book and was wondering what was documented. Hoping to shed a light more light on it.