Group portrait after the completion of Operation Jaywick,
ID number045424
Collection typePhotograph
Object typeBlack & white - Glass copy negative
MakerUnknown
Place madeAustralia: Queensland, Brisbane
Date made1943
DescriptionGroup 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.