On D-day, Pat watched the armada head over to France. She then saw some of the ships coming back. "We had about six hospital ships come to Cowes road with all the wounded on board, they kept sending messages saying when can we go up to Southampton".

Pat Massett

Patricia Massett was a Morse Operator who was stationed at Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Her task was to identify individual ships that were passing. On D-day she had an incredible view.

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