Hi, I am searching for information on my Great Uncle Sgt Joseph Arthur Robinson - 1589436. My Uncle sadly never married and he served with the 524 Squadron that I am led to believe was initially formed as a trials units to gain experience with the Martin Mariner flying boat on 20 October 1943 at Oban. From what I have found on the web, what little I can find, I have uncovered that following a decision not to adopt the type for the RAF, the 524 Squadron was disbanded on 7 December 1943. The squadron reformed in the maritime reconnaissance role at Davidstow Moor on 7 April 1944. It was now equipped with Wellingtons and undertook patrols to locate E-boats, which were then attacked by other squadrons. The squadron relocated to the East Coast in July 1944 in order to undertake similar operations of the Dutch coast. Although based at Langham the Squadron had a detachment at Dallachy and also Caithness in 1/11/1944. In 1945 I know my Great Uncle Joseph among with the rest of his squadron took off from Langham in a Wellington HF283 on shipping patrol and lost over sea; position believed to be 5215N - 0330E. All of the crew were lost: F/Sgt W.R. RIDDLE - 1339059; Sgt W. ANDREWS - 1685359; Sgt S.W. ARGENT - 1874911; Sgt D.R. LEWIS - 1583571, and Sgt J.A. ROBINSON - 1589436. I know the 524 was disbanded at Langham on 25 May 1945 and that Sgt Joseph Arthur Robinson's (1589436) is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. Query: How can I find out more about the 524 Squadron and my Great Uncle Joe. Would this cost anything? Kindest Regards. Ynis (Joesph Arthur Robinson's Great Nephew).