Trying to find out more about the excellent photo that Rob (ramacal) posted on http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/36137-black-british-soldiers/page-4 On the first page of this report for an attack by 1/4 KOYLI, on the town of Rijkevorsel in northern Belgium, late September 1944. ( I attach pictures), it mentions two types of anti-tank units, One referred to as a section, 'sec' from A Company and Battalion HQ Company respectively -and then one from,' E Troop, 218 A/Tk Bty R.A.' - which I suspect is part of the unit - 55 A/T Regiment R.A - which the man in the photo belonged to. What I suspect, but don't know, is that the 'sections' are 6 pounder guns which were a permanent part of the infantry battalion's armoury. The A/T battery would have comprised 17pdrs either towed or S/P? Any enlightenment gratefully received. There was a map as well, so I'll post that when I've organised the files. Apologies for abbreviations - I'm quoting the document as best I can.