53 (Worcestershire Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment RA (TA) was converted from 100 Army Field Regiment with four batteries in November 1938. It served with the BEF in France and then in the UK, training until conversion to the airborne role. 53 (Worcestershire Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment RA (TA) was converted in November 1943 to 53 (Worcestershire Yeomanry) Air Landing Light Regiment RA (TA).
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 39||48 Infantry Division||Kidderminster, Worcestershire, UK|
|Sep 39||48 Infantry Division||Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK|
|Jan 40||48 Infantry Division||Henin-Leitard, France|
|May 40||48 Infantry Division||Wormhoudt, France|
|Jun 40||48 Infantry Division||Okehampton, Devon, UK|
|Oct 41||42 Infantry Division||UK|
|Nov 41||42 Support Group||UK|
|Jun 42||42 Armoured Division||UK|
|Oct 43||6 Airborne Division||UK|
|Nov 43||Became 53 Air Landing Light Regiment|
|3 Sep 39||209, 210, 211, 212|
|Oct 41||210, 211, 212|
|Jun 43||210, 211, 212, 331|
|Sep 39||48 x 2 pdr Gun|