|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. Back row, left to right:- PA2717 Able Seaman (AB) Mostyn Berryman, RAN; B3666 AB Frederick Walter Lota Marsh, RAN, who died on 1 February 1945 while a member of “Z” Special Unit; F3383 AB Arthur Walter Jones, RAN; B3312 AB Andrew William George Huston, RAN, who died on 1 November 1944 while a member of “Z” Special Unit. Centre row:- QX19907 Corporal (Cpl) Andrew Anthony Crilly, 2nd AIF; B/1506 Acting Leading Seaman Kevin Patrick Cain, RAN; B/2575 Leading Stoker James Patrick McDowell, RN; S3428 Leading Telegraphist Horace Stewart Young, RAN; S/6543 AB Walter Gordon Falls, RAN, who was executed by the Japanese on 7 July 1945 while a member of “Z” Special Unit; Cpl R G Morris, RAMC; Front row from left to right - Lieutenant (Lt) Hubert Edward Carse, RANVR; Lt Donald Montague Noel Davidson, RNVR, who died on 18 October 1944 while a member of “Z” Special Unit; 66175 Major (Maj) Ivan Lyon, MBE, The Gordon Highlanders (officer commanding Operation Jaywick), who was killed in action on 16 October 1944 while a member of “Z” Special Unit ; Maj Herbert Alan Campbell, CBE, OBE, King's Own Scottish Borderers (did not accompany the expedition); NX19158 Lieutenant Robert Charles Page, 2nd AIF, who was executed by the Japanese on 7 July 1945 while a member of “Z” Special Unit. Operation Jaywick was conducted from 1 September 1943 to 19 November 1943 and involved a clandestine attack by a group of six allied operatives against Japanese shipping at Singapore.