Any and all info with regard to 'Ian Fleming's Red Indians' would be greatly appreciated please. General Patton called them 'A bunch of limey Pirates!' but they were otherwise known as 30AU. Fleming's idea was combined ops teams with Naval Officers in charge of very small teams of commandos, who all operated on 'strictly need to know' basis. I've spent some time with these men and because of the way Fleming structured operations none if them know very much about what they were actually doing at the time, barely even where they were! The RAF wing was not taken up and they only ever supplied one or two officers with specific targets to pursue after D-Day. The army wing spent most of war in Italy, Sicily and North Africa i believe. The website with a condsiderable amount of information already is to be found at:- http://www.30AU.co.uk Thank you for any help you may be able to give.