103rd Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery

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103rd Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery
Active 1943–1944
Country  United Kingdom
Branch Flag of the British Army.svg Territorial Army
Role Anti-Tank artillery
Size Regiment

RA mottoes:
Quo Fas Et Gloria Ducunt ("Where Right And Glory Lead"; in Latin fas implies "sacred duty")

Ubique (Everywhere)

The 103rd Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery was an artillery regiment of the British Army during the Second World War, created on 1 January 1943 from the 14th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment. They were transferred from the Norfolk beaches to Scotland and trained in mountain warfare until converted into Airborne Royal Artillery units.[1] Some became part of the 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division.


  1. ^ https://paradata.org.uk/units/3rd-airlanding-anti-tank-battery-ra 3rd and 4th Airlanding Anti-tank batteries at Paradata


  • Lt-Col H.F. Joslen, Orders of Battle, United Kingdom and Colonial Formations and Units in the Second World War, 1939–1945, London: HM Stationery Office, 1960/Uckfield: Naval & Military Press, 2003, ISBN 1-84342-474-6.