The Royal Tank Regiment, British Army

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THE ROYAL TANK REGIMENT, BRITISH ARMY

History: Formed in 1917 as the Tank Corps from the Hevay Branch of the Machine Gun Corps. Become in 1922 Royal Tank Corps and in 1939 Royal Tank Regiment.
Regimental Headquarters: Aliwal Barracks, Tidworth.


Coat of arms (crest) of the The Royal Tank Regiment, British Army

Official blazon

Within a laurel wreath surmounted by a crown, the reprensentation of a modern tank; on the bottom of the wreath a scroll inscribed "Fear Naught". In silver plate.

Origin/meaning

The badge shows a World War I Tank.

Literature: Image from Defence Brand Portal Ministry of Defence