Keyes (Despatches, Second Supplement to London Gazette, No 31189, p. 2525):
"Captain Carpenter was conning the ship from the port forward flame-thrower hut."
Pitt (Zeebrugge, p. 94):
"Rosoman's voice came regularly and imperturbably every minute through the voice-pipe from the conning-tower under the bridge, with the arranged routine question - 'Are you all right, sir ?' - and in the Flammenwerfer hut at the port end of the forebridge, which gave such an excellent view of the ship from bow nearly to stern, Carpenter could take due satisfaction from the smooth precision with which they had proceeded so far and which now would surely take them to a perfect landfall on the Mole."
Lake (Zeebrugge and Ostend Raids 1918, p. 104):
"Carpenter was conning the ship from the forward Flammenwerfer hut."
Checking the Keyes despatch quote re FW this morning in the original Second Supplement to the London Gazette (Wednesday 19 February 1919), I find that I accidentally omitted the middle initial of Lieutenant Hewett, who is properly cited in both sources as 'Lieutenant Graham S. Hewett R.N.V.R.' - which might just matter if there was more than one Lt Graham Hewett RNVR. Pitt, incidentally, incorrectly refers to him as 'Hewlett'.
'How We Twisted the Dragon's Tail' (Percival Haslam, Hutchinson, 1918) has no index, and I couldn't readily find any refs to FW, but there is a photograph (below) opposite p. 33. Incidentally, this book also contains a 'complete list' of casualties for the Zeebrugge and Ostend raids (unfortunately all in together) and for the second Ostend raid.
The 2006 programme of exhibitions at IWM(N) includes (October) "HMS Vindictive flamethrower. Made by J Morris & Sons, fire engineers from Manchester, the flamethrower was used aboard HMS Vindictive during the Zeebrugge Raid in 1918".
The subject of pyrotechnics of all kinds at Zeebrugge, and the leading role of the charismatic Brock, is certainly a fascinating one - but it doesn't seem to involve the Royal Marines, who are the subject of Dom's thread. Is it within Terry's powers as a Mod to chop this discussion off the end of this thread and create it as a new topic ?