Royal Horse Artillery

The regiments of the Royal Horse Artillery (RHA), dating from 1793, are part of the Royal Regiment of Artillery (commonly termed Royal Artillery) of the British Army. Horses are still in service for ceremonial purposes but were phased out from operational deployment during the 1930s.

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Royal Horse Artillery - Order of Precedence
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List Of British Army Yeomanry Regiments Converted To Royal Artillery - Regiments
... Conversion of yeomanry to RA Yeomanry Regiment Artillery Regiment Ayrshire Yeomanry (Earl of Carrick’s Own) 151 Field Regiment (Ayrshire Yeomanry) Ayrshire Yeomanry (Earl of Carrick’s Own) 152 Field Regiment (Ayrshire Yeomanry) Bedfordshire Yeomanry 105 Field Regiment (Bedfordshire Yeomanry) Bedfordshire Yeomanry 148 Field Regiment (Bedfordshire Yeomanry) Berkshire Yeomanry 145 Field Regiment (Bucks Berks Yeomanry) Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars 99 Field Regiment (Bucks Berks Yeomanry) Denbighshire Hussars 61 Medium Regiment (Caernarvon Denbigh Yeomanry Denbighshire Hussars 69 Medium Regiment (Caernarvon Denbigh Yeomanry) Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry 96 Field Regiment (Royal Devon Yeomanry) Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry 142 Field Regiment (Royal Devon Yeomanry) Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry 94 Field Regiment (Dorset Hants Yeomanry) Royal East Kent Yeomanry (The Duke of Connaught's Own Mounted Rifles) 97 Field Regiment (Kent Yeomanry) Royal East Kent Yeomanry (The Duke of Connaught's Own Mounted Rifles) 143 Field Regiment (Kent Yeomanry) Essex Yeomanry 104 Royal Horse Artillery (Essex Yeomanry) Essex Yeomanry 147 Royal Horse Artillery (Essex Yeomanry) Glamorgan Yeomanry 81 Field Regiment (Welsh) Glamorgan Yeomanry 132 Field Regiment (Welsh) Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry 54 Anti Tank Regiment (Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry) Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry 64 Anti Tank Regiment (Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry) Hampshire Yeomanry (Carabiniers) 72 Heavy Anti Aircraft Regiment (Hampshire) Hertfordshire Yeomanry 86 Field Regiment Hertfordshire Yeomanry 135 Field Regiment Hertfordshire Yeomanry 79 Heavy Anti Aircraft Regiment Lanarkshire Yeomanry 155 Field Regiment Lanarkshire Yeomanry 156 Field Regiment Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry 77 Medium Regiment Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry 78 Medium Regiment Lancashire Hussars 106 Royal Horse Artillery Lancashire Hussars 149 Royal Horse Artillery Leicestershire Yeomanry (Prince Albert's Own) 153 Field Regiment (Leicestershire Yeomanry) Leicestershire Yeomanry (Prince Albert's Own) 154 Field Regiment (Leicestershire Yeomanry) City of London (Rough Riders) Yeomanry 11 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment Norfolk Yeomanry (The King’s Own Royal Regt) 65 Anti Tank Regiment (Suffolk Norfolk Yeomanry) Royal North Devon Yeomanry 96 Field Regiment Royal North Devon Yeomanry 142 Field Regiment Northumberland Hussars 102 Light Anti Aircraft/Anti Tank Regiment Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars Amalgamated with Worcs Yeomanry on conversion Pembroke Yeomanry 102 Field Regiment (Pembroke Cardigan) Pembroke Yeomanry 146 Field Regiment (Pembroke Cardigan) Scottish Horse 79 Medium Regiment Scottish Horse 80 Medium Regiment Shropshire Yeomanry 75 Medium Regiment Shropshire Yeomanry 76 Medium Regiment South Nottinghamshire Hussars 107 Royal Horse Artillery South Nottinghamshire Hussars 150 Royal Horse Artillery Duke of Yorks Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars 55 Anti Tank Regiment (Suffolk Norfolk Yeomanry) Surrey Yeomanry (Queen Mary’s Regiment) 98 Field Regiment (Surrey Sussex Yeomanry Queen Mary’s) Surrey Yeomanry (Queen Mary’s Regiment) 144 Field Regiment (Surrey Sussex Yeomanry Queen Mary’s) The Sussex Yeomanry Amalgamated with Surrey Yeomanry on conversion Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry 51 Field Regiment Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry 109 Field Regiment West Somerset Yeomanry 55 Field Regiment (Wessex) West Somerset Yeomanry 55 Field Regiment (Wessex) Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars 53 Anti Tank Regiment Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars 63 Anti Tank Regiment. ...
Battle Of Bardia - Planning and Preparation - Allied
... These policies favoured the Royal Australian Navy, which received the majority of defence spending in the interwar period ... East without aircraft or equipment, which had to be supplied by the Royal Air Force, at the expense of its own squadrons ... It had only two of its three artillery regiments, and only the 2/1st Field Regiment was equipped with the new 25-pounders, which it had only received that month ...
Battle Of Bardia - Battle - Bardia Falls
0900, but the lead platoon came under heavy machine gun fire from Post 54, and Italian artillery knocked out the supporting mortars ... The 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery engaged the Italian guns and the platoon withdrew ... formal attack on Post 54 for 1330, following a bombardment of the post by artillery and mortars ...

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