See also :
British 21st Army Group markings
See also :
World War II Canadian army Provost units markings
Vehicles camouflage [ edit ]
European TO [ edit ]
Middle-East and North Africa [ edit ]
Miscellaneous [ edit ]
Technical markings: recognition markings, WD Numbers and Bridge classification [ edit ]
Recognition [ edit ]
Covenanter tank displaying the red/white/red recognition flash of the Royal Armoured Corps.
Inverted white/red/white (WWI Type) version of the RAC flash on a destroyed
Valentine tank in North Africa.
Royal Air Force Type A2 roundel. Both
Type A1 and Type A2 yellow trimmed RAF roundels where used in North-Africa as air recognition signs.
British - probably XXXth Corps - Bedford lorries in Holland showing the Allied white star used as "
Friend or Foe" recognition sign during the campaigns in North-West Europ.
White star on a Humber light reconnaissance car in Hamburg (Germany), 1945.
War Department number [ edit ]
Bridge classification and others [ edit ]
Arm of service markings [ edit ]
Type of unit : Armies, Corps, Divisions and Brigades [ edit ]
British Vehicules used Divisional Insignia on the Right side and Arm of Service on the left side [ edit ]
Armies and Corps [ edit ]
Armoured formations insignas [ edit ]
World War II British armoured formations vehicles markings
Infantry formations insignas [ edit ]
Priest SP Gun belonging to the divisionnal artillery of the 3rd Infantry Division during training in the UK. The vehicle also displays the red/white/red recognition flash of the Royal Armoured Corps.
3rd Infantry Division insigna ( should be printed on a red circle).
Humber Scout Car of the 6th Infantry Division.
6th Infantry Division insigna.
Commonwealth [ edit ]
Nicknames and temporary markings [ edit ]