Medium Regiments

9 Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge worn Buff to the front


10 Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge – introduced April 1943. Worn by all ranks

10 Med Regt arm badge

11 Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge. Also used as a shoulder strap slide.

The same colour was used as a backing for the grenade badge when worn on headdress

11 Med Regt arm badge
11 Med Regt grenade backing

14 Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge

14 Med Regt arm badge

51 (Midland) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge worn from 1943. It was also carried on the regimental vehicles

51 Med Regt arm badge

64 (London) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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When the regiment left 4 Corps in 1940 they obtained permission to wear the 4 Corps badge as a regimental badge

In 1944 the regiment gave valuable support to 1 Airborne Division at Arnhem. In recognition, Maj Gen Urquhart gave permission for the regiment to wear the Airborne Pegasus badge on the lower right sleeve of battledress

64 Med Regt arm badge
Airborne Div

74 Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge

74 Med Regt arm badge

75 (Shropshire Yeomanry) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Cap Badge

Sergeants arm badge worn on top of the chevrons on the right sleeve

Cloth title

Shropshire Yeo cap badge
Sgts arm badge
Shropshire Yeo cloth title

76 (Shropshire Yeomanry) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Cap Badge

Sergeants arm badge worn on top of the chevrons on the right sleeve

Cloth title

Regimental badge granted in 1945 for support of 2 New Zealand Division in Italy. Carried on the unit flag, it may also have been worn as an arm badge

Shropshire Yeo cap badge
Sgts arm badge
Shropshire Yeo cloth title
76 Med Regt arm badge

77 (Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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The yeomanry cap and collar badges were retained on conversion

The collar badges were worn on Battledress along with embroidered shoulder titles – DLO YEOMANRY

DoLOY cap badge
Lancs Hussars collar badge

78 (Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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The yeomanry cap and collar badges were retained on conversion

The collar badges were worn on Battledress along with embroidered shoulder titles – DLO YEOMANRY

DoLOY cap badge
Lancs Hussars collar badge

79 (Scottish Horse) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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On conversion the regiment continued to wear the blue bonnet with Scottish Horse cap badge

Officers wore Scottish Horse collar badges (smaller version of cap badge) and brass shoulder titles on service dress. There is some evidence that an embroidered title was worn on Battledress by Officers, the colours are not known. Photos of other ranks show the standard Royal Artillery title.

Film shot in Europe in 1945 shows a patch of regimental tartan (Murray of Atholl) worn on the upper arm. Senior NCO’s wear the gun badge above the chevrons on the patch. Other ranks wear any trade or qualification badge on the patch also. These badges are the brass versions.

Scottish Horse cap badge
Bonnet
Scottish Horse brass title

80 (Scottish Horse) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Insignia & Dress identical to 79 (Scottish Horse) Medium Regiment RA(TA) (see above).

It is unknown as yet if the 80th also wore the tartan patch.


84 (Sussex) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Regimental arm badge

58 Fld Regt arm badge

102 (Pembroke Yeomanry) Medium Regiment RA(TA)

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Pembroke Yeomanry collar badges worn on Battledress

Pembroke Yeo collar badge