122 (Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Anti-Tank Regiment RA (TA) was re-designated from 122 Light Anti-Aircraft/Anti-Tank Regiment in September 1944. It organised in three Batteries each having both 6 pdr guns and 3 inch mortars. For the rest of the war it was the Divisional Anti-Tank Regiment of 36 Infantry Division. The Regiment was placed in suspended animation in September 1946. 122 (Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Anti-Tank Regiment RA (TA) was reconstituted as 580 (The Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA (TA) in January 1947.
Illustrations of the formation badges under which a unit served or supported are given. This is no guarantee that the unit used this formations badge.
|Sep 44||Formed from 122 Light Anti-Aircraft/Anti-Tank Regiment|
|Sep 44||36 Infantry Division||Burma (Myanmar)|
|May 45||36 Infantry Division||Poona, India|
|Sep 44||168, 321, 402|
|Sep 44||36 x 6 pdr Guns, 36 x 3 inch Mortars|
|Feb 45||321 Battery 6 pdr Guns, 168 & 402 Batteries 3 inch Mortars|