Fred Carter (mrfjcarter@yahoo.ca) thought you would be interested in the following article from the globeandmail.com:

"Gunner was decorated for service in WWII"
On the night of June 7, 1944, Gord Ritchie climbed into the gun turret at the rear of Halifax bomber LW128.His Canadian crew faced another harrowing mission over occupied Europe, this one coming hours after the D-Day invasion of Normandy. The assignment for this evening was an attack on the railway marshaling yards at Acheres, outside Paris, to hinder the enemy's ability to bring reinforcements to the landing sites.
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This is a very interesting story of heroism. Some of the crew had already baled out before the 2 gunners and Ft Engineer decided to carry on back to the UK.
Please email me for a copy if the above link fails.
Fred Carter