Régiment Antichar Britannique, 1944

Table of Organisation & Equipment

Canon antichar 17 pdr britannique d'un régiment antichar

At the beginning de la guerre, le régiment antichar was equipped avec canons antichar QF 2 pounder, which were gradually replaced by the more powerful canons antichar QF 6 pounder as they became available. In Mai 1942, the first 100 canons antichar Ordonance QF 17/25 pounder were rushed to Tunisia, to defeat les chars Tiger allemands which were encountered there. The 17 pdr went into full-scale production en 1943, et it would eventually equip two of the three pelotons de la batterie antichar. En 1944, new A.P.D.S. shells became available for 6 pdr et 17 pdr guns, which significantly improved armour penetration capabilities. Le régiment antichar de la Division Blindée des Guards had two self-propelled batteries en 1944, using le chasseur de chars 17 pdr Achilles.

Anti-Tank Regiment 1944

  • Regimental Headquarters
  • Batterie Antichar
    • Battery Headquarters
    • Peloton Antichar
    • Peloton Antichar (comme ci-dessus)
    • Peloton Antichar
  • Batterie Antichar (comme ci-dessus)
  • Batterie Antichar (comme ci-dessus)
  • Batterie Antichar (comme ci-dessus)

Joueurs de Guerre may deploy mixed batteries avec pelotons de canon antichar QF 2 pdr et 6 pdr pendant la campagne d'Afrique du Nord, et mixed batteries de canons antichar QF 6 pdr et 17 pdr starting in la campagne d'Italie en 1943. As improved canons antichar became available, any remaining pelotons de canon antichar QF 2 pdr would receive the new canons antichar 6 pdr et 17 pdr to replace their obsolete equipment. By 1944, une ou plusieurs des batteries antichar may be self-propelled, using Achilles 17 pdr Tank Destroyers.

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