Unbrigaded Canadian Armoured Regiment Tactical Markings


 

Unbrigaded armoured Regiment tactical markings were white in colour on the vehicle's base colour in most cases.


Unbrigaded Armoured Regiments and their Parent Formations to the end of 1942

4th Reconnaissance Regiment
(4th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards)
1st Canadian Infantry Division
8th Reconnaissance Regiment
(14th Canadian Hussars)
2nd Canadian Infantry Division
7th Reconnaissance Regiment
(17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars)
3rd Canadian Infantry Division
18th Armoured Car Regiment
(12th Manitoba Dragoons)
4th Canadian Armoured Division
1st Armoured Car Regiment
(The Royal Canadian Dragoons)
5th Canadian Armoured Division

 

Unbrigaded Armoured Regiments and their Parent Formations: 1943 to 1945

25th Armoured Delivery Regiment
(The Elgin Regiment)
First Canadian Army Troops
1st Armoured Personnel Carrier Regiment First Canadian Army Troops *
1st Armoured Car Regiment
(The Royal Canadian Dragoons)
1st Canadian Corps Troops
18th Armoured Car Regiment
(12th Manitoba Dragoons)
2nd Canadian Corps Troops
4th Reconnaissance Regiment
(4th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards)
1st Canadian Infantry Division
8th Reconnaissance Regiment
(14th Canadian Hussars)
2nd Canadian Infantry Division
7th Reconnaissance Regiment
(17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars)
3rd Canadian Infantry Division
29th Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment
(The South Alberta Regiment)
4th Canadian Armoured Division
3rd Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment
(The Governor General's Horse Guards)
5th Canadian Armoured Division

* 1st Armoured Personnel Carrier Regiment operated under 79th British Armoured Division.


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