On 6th September 1941, Lieutenant J.R. Bainbridge visited a Mobile Laundry Unit in Northern Ireland where over 600 shirts per hour can be washed for the Army.
Portee Trucks and lightweight bridging material facilitated the crossing of a Northern Irish river for soldiers of an Anti-Tank Regiment on 6th September 1941.
Sergeant Frederick Samuel Diplock of Belfast was serving in R.A.F. No. 15 Advanced Flying Unit in Yorkshire, England at his time of death on 6th September 1942.