Sorry, but the information on that website is incorrect.
The armourer on LM-Q was Frank Bridges. You can even see his surname written on his hat in the photo of JC Penrod/Johnson/Bridges on the site.
The author also continually refers to J.C Penrod as "Penfold".
Also, he captions LM-Q as being named "Pinrod", and what also stands out in a very quick read through of the webpage is that in his colour depiction of LM-Q he has the serial number on the tail as "25512" instead of the correct "225512".
As regards his "history" of the 56th,
Finally the group received their orders and they were transferred to Boxed , England in April 1943. The group settled in to this new home and base. Practice flights around England showed Robert a different type of terrain than what he was us to back home.
No idea where he dreamt this one up.
The group arrived in England on Jan 6th 1943.
They trained up at Kingscliffe,( 63rd FS being based at nearby Wittering due to lack of available space at Kingscliffe).
Transferred to Horsham St Faith April 5th, where they began flying combat.
They then moved to Halesworth in July where they stayed until a further move to Boxted in April 1944.
The author also refers to the "Battle Of Britton".
The whole website reads like a school project I'm afraid, and not the work of an "Aviation Historian"
All the best,