|Object type||Black & white - Glass copy negative|
|Place made||Australia: Queensland, Brisbane|
Group portrait after the completion of Operation Jaywick, "Z" Special Unit, Australian Services Reconnaissance Department, showing the personnel who carried out the operation. Identified in the front row from left to right - Lieutenant Hubert Edward Carse, RAN, of Rutherglen Vic, enlisted in the navy aged 14 years; Lieutenant Donald Montague Noel, RAN; 66175 Major I Lyon, MBE The Gordon Highlanders, The Officer Commanding; Major H A Campbell (did not accompany the expedition); NX19158 Lieutenant Robert Charles Page DSO, who was executed by the Japanese on 7 July 1945 whilst attached to this unit; Centre row:- QX19907 Corporal Andrew Anthony Crilly, MM; Leading Seaman Kevin Patrick Cain, RAN; Leading Stoker James Patrick McDowell, RAN; Leading Telegraphist Horace Stewart Young, RAN; S/6543 Able Seaman Walter Gordon Falls, DSM, RAN; Corporal R G Morris; Back row:- Able Seaman (AB) Mostyn Berryman, RAN; B3666 AB Frederick Walter Lota Marsh, who died 1 February 1945 whilst attached to Z unit; F3383 AB Arthur Walter Jones, DSM; B3312 AB Andrew William George Huston, who died 1 November 1944 whilst a member of Z unit. Operation Jaywick was conducted from 1943-09-01 to 1943-10-19 and involved a clandestine attack by a group of six allied operatives against Japanese shipping at Singapore.