Good Morning My father, Acting Sub Lt George Geoffery Page was 2IC on board LCT 602 during the Walcheren landings during October 1944. He joined LCT 602 in early 1944 and they participated in the D-Day landings on 6 June 1944, going into the Nan Red sector of Juno beach with a full load of vehicles. He past away a few years ago but did mention that he also took part in the Walcheren landings (Operation Infatuate) in October 1944, without saying much about it (as most veterans did). LCT 602 was a LCT(4). I have done a bit of research and found the LCT 4's were grouped in 'N' LCT Squadron under Lieutenant-Commander B. K. C. Arbuthnot RN LCT(3) x 6 (4 Flotilla) LCT(4) x 30 (20,22 and 47 Flotillas) They were part of the Infatuate II landing at Westkapelle where the 4th Special Service Brigade and supporting 79th Armoured Divison specialist assualt engineers were put ashore. I have seen the eariler threads on this forum about the Walcheren landings but LCT 602 is not mentioned specifically. Can anyone enlighten me with some more details of LCT 602's part in the Westkapelle landings? Any information greatfully received. Thanks.