Converted from Pembroke (Castlemartin) Yeomanry (TF) in September 1920 at Tenby. It became 102 (Pembroke & Cardigan) Brigade Royal Field Artillery (TF). The batteries of the Brigade were formed from the Yeomanry Squadrons. In June 1924 it re-titled as 102 (Pembroke & Cardigan) (Army) Field Brigade RA (TA). In August 1937 it changed title again becoming 102 (Pembroke & Cardiganshire) Army Field Brigade RA (TA). 102 (Pembroke & Cardiganshire) Field Regiment RA (TA) was re-designated from 102 Field Brigade in November 1938 on a two battery basis. A third battery was raised in March 1941. 102 (Pembroke & Cardiganshire) Field Regiment RA (TA) was converted to 102 (Pembroke Yeomanry) Medium Regiment RA (TA) in September 1943.
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.
|3 Sep 39||38 Infantry Division||Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, UK|
|Nov 41||Home Forces||Ascot, Berkshire, UK|
|Nov 42||1 Army||N Africa|
|Jul 43||Allied Forces HQ||N Africa|
|Sep 43||Became 102 Medium Regiment||Medjez, Tunisia|
|Sep 20||405, 406, 407, 408|
|Nov 38||405 (Pembroke Yeomanry), 406 (Pembroke Yeomanry) – 407 & 408 Batteries to 146 Field Regiment|
|Mar 41||405, 406, 473|
|Nov 42||473 Battery, 25 pdr Self Propelled Bishop|
|Apr 43||12 x 25 pdr, 8 x 25 pdr Self Propelled Sexton|