Edit: fiddling with light and sharpness on the image I would wager a lot of somebody else's beer tokens on it being Something 4. There was a 24th Armored Brigade Group to which the 5th Regt RA was attached during the Desert Campaign (1942), based on some low grade google fu.
I think thats A4.
Battery A, Gun 4? 8 guns to a battery
With HQ, the various Sp subunits plus adds/dets that doesn't sound like many boots to a regt."A" Troop gun 4. Four guns to a troop.
Medium Regiments had two batteries of 8 guns each. Each battery composed of two 4-gun troops. The troops were identified A to D. Senior battery with A and B and junior battery with C and D.
With HQ, the various Sp subunits plus adds/dets that doesn't sound like many boots to a regt.
What's the orbat supposed to be then/now ?
Not really, when Dad converted all them in his Gas Attack diorama. Took him a month to do them!This is taking longer than I thought it would. I’m sure the lads that know what they are doing must knock one of these out in a day or two. I’m more like 8 or 9 days per bloke (excluding screw ups).