We've been contacted by Philip Westwood, whose father, CSM Frederick George Westwood, served in the Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) attached to 130 Field Ambulance. His war diaries for 130 mention Operation Jupiter/Hill 112 and Philip wonders if any visitors to this website/forum have any information on the unit. He adds: "My father went over after D Day and stayed with 130 until after the war. In the diaries I found my father on duty many times. One person he was on duty with a few times was Sergeant Andrews of the RAMC, who received the Military Medal and has a voice tape in the Imperial War Museum."
The reports in the war diaries show that there were many casualties dealt with by 130 Field Ambulance at Hill 112.
Comment below if you have any information that might help Philip.