93 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA was formed in November 1941 by conversion of 8th Battalion The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire), with three batteries . The Regiment served in the UK until going to Normandy in June 1944. It stayed in the beach area for the first 3 months with Batteries dispersed. After that, Batteries served independently with various formations in France, Belgium and Holland. The Regiment finally came together again in Germany after VE Day. 93 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA was disbanded in January 1946 in NW Europe .
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.
|Nov 41||Formed from 8th Battalion The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)|
|Nov 41||Home Forces||Rugby, Warwickshire, UK|
|Jan 42||42 Support Group||Catterick, Yorkshire, UK|
|Jun 42||42 Armoured Division||Scarborough, Yorkshire, UK|
|Nov 42||42 Armoured Division||Bridlington, Yorkshire, UK|
|Dec 42||42 Armoured Division – on loan to AA Command||Hove, Sussex, UK|
|Dec 43||Home Forces, 80 Anti-Aircraft Brigade||Oxted, Surrey, UK|
|Mar 44||2 Army||UK|
|6 Jun 44||2 Army||Normandy, France|
|May 45||2 Army||Xanten, Germany|
|Nov 41||320 321, 322|
|Jan 42||Bofors 40mm|
|Nov 43||Polsten 20mm Triple Mount – half on towed trailers & half on Crusader tank chassis|