I have learned in the last couple of days that my father served with the 4th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment in France in June 1944. This the parent unit of the 32nd Battery. I have not gotten far in my investigation as yet as I had believed he was with a Field Regiment and have not determined what Battery he was Attached to. I have learned that the 32nd Battery used 40mm Bofors Guns and shot down a Junkers 88 on the evening of June 6, 1944. I have also learned that one of the 32nd Batteries Bofors Guns was put on permanent display at the Juno Beach Center on June 6, 2011. I have also learned that the Director of the Juno Beach Center Canada was a member of the 32nd Battery. If you search far enough into D-Day you will come across a photo of the Bofors Gun and crew that shot down the Junkers on D-Day. There is a site run by a Dutch couple that is dedicated to all of the allied artillery units that served in Holland (Netherlands) and I know the photo is there under the 4th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RCA. I wish you luck as my last two and a half months of trying to learn about my father has been a nightmare and that our governments treatment of our veterans and their famillies have for the first time in my sixty-one years of life made me ashamed that I am Canadian.