Hello Mike, I happen to have some information on that - this is based on US sources and describes arrangements to deal with US casualties of 17th Airborne Div. The arrangements for British casualties were separate from these and are an aspect I need to research further. So let's have a look at British DUKWS ferrying American casualties. Please take a look at this photo. To the left of digger Bridge you see a bay that was known as "Bislicher Hafen" ("Bislich harbour"). This was the starting point on the east bank for DUKWs ferrying casualties across the river. The DUKWs are taking the casualties to an exit point on the far (western) bank to the left of the tree lined road (the only road leading to the river). This road was vital for other traffic going from the west bank to the east bank. So the DUKWs are driving through the meadows towards another major road (horizontal in this picture) in the background - one can see the tracks of their wheels leading to the top of the picture. This was the Reichsstrasse No. 57. One can also make out a wood in the top left corner of this photo. There, in the wood by the road, in a place named Birten, I know that the US Army's 499th Collecting Company operated a collecting point for US casualties of 17th Airborne Division. These were picked up from a US Army holding station on the east bank run by 643th Clearing Company - the clearing station was set up near Görzhof in a meadow on the edge of the village of Bislich. Starting at 1215 hrs on Sunday 25 March the DUKWs transported US casualties from there to the Rhine and across the river to the US collecting point described above. Each DUKW takes 10 stretchers - at 1345 hrs the first US casualties arrive at the collecting point - und are subjected to triage. On March 26th all US casualties fit for transport have been taken across the Rhine - a total of 959 US soldiers were taken across by the DUKWs. By mid-morning US ambulances are using the bridge for evacuations to the west bank, another 522 casualties are transported across the river by these vehicles. the DUKWs are put to a different use: At 1500 hrs on Monday, 26 March they support US efforts to take 210 German casualties to the US clearing station on the west bank at Birten.