No 2 Commando
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Cpl Watt, 6 troop, was killed during the action at Scaletta, Sicily.
He had been in No 2 Cdo. since the early days, and took part in the raid at St Nazaire. There is, in our gallery, a photo of him and others who survived the raid and made it back to the UK.
View the image here Survivors from MLs 156 and 446, Seaton Barracks, 29th March 1942.
Lance Corporal John 'Jack' Webb, RAMC and No 2 Commando, a veteran of Operation Chariot at St Nazaire , was awarded the MM in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in Italy. 
In September 1977 Sergeant J. Webb MM (2 Cdo) from Stoke on Trent, Staffs. is named in Commando Association Lost Legion List no. 11 (members they had lost contact with).
Citation for the Bar to his Military Cross for gallantry whilst attached to No 2 Commando during operations at Spilje, Albania on Operation Healing 2:
Captain the Duke of Wellington was in charge of 2 troop with orders to attack and take the village of Piegolelle. This was heavily defended by the Germans firing from the heights called 'the Pimple'. He was killed during this action. He was awarded a posthumous M.I.D.
The circumstances of the death of Rfn. Westwood are not as yet known to this archive. In the weeks before his death his Commando were engaged in operations at Lake Comacchio, Italy.
A pupil of Godolphin School, Wiltshire, George Wheeler graduated as a BSc from Exeter University. He married in 1941. After enlistment he volunteered for the Commandos and was posted to No 2 Commando
Private Leslie Whelan, 5 Troop, was one of the commando contingent on board HMS Campbeltown during the raid at St Nazaire in March 1942. He was wounded and taken prisoner of war . He spent some of his captivity at Stalag V111b .
Bdr. White volunteered for No 2 Cdo. and served in 6 troop from May 1942 - Jan.1946.
Captain Whitehouse, 2 Special Service Brigade Staff Officer Royal Engineers, was operating with No 2 Commando at the time of his death.
LSgt. Lionel Wickson served in 1 troop No 2 Commando and was one of the Commando contingent who sailed on board ML 457 for the raid at St Nazaire.
Corporal Woodiwiss served in 3 troop No 2 Commando and was one of the Commando contingent who sailed on board HMS Campbeltown for the raid at St Nazaire.
Fus. Woodman, 6 troop, was killed during the raid at St Nazaire. He was one of the commando contingent on ML 192.
LSgt Woods was killed during the 6 week period in February/March when No 2 Commando were placed in the line in Italy under 5 Corps.
Pte Wright, aged 18, was killed during the action at Salerno.
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