I found this picture in Militaria Magazine Hors Serie No. 8. It shows BEF vehicles entering Belgium. I think the leading Bedford 'Joan' sports an AoS of 70 with bar below. The staff cars have a 12 and a 1 with no bars so from an unknown division (possible 4th?). http://www.ww2talk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=41839&stc=1&d=1291913042Andrew Thanks for bringing me back to #152. I looked at it previously and there was something that didn't quite fit. I couldn't place the stucco-work houses anywhere on the BEF's 10th May line of advance into Belgium. It's just 'clicked' and had me grabbing de Lannoy...I'm sure that this is the same junction and probably the same Frenchman on points duty. It isn't 10th May, It's BEF GHQ withdrawing from Arras via Béthune on 23rd May. Unless preceded by an LAA unit, I'd half expect the Bedford to be ASC. The '70' is placed slightly to the right of the plate. Do you suppose that there could be a '1' hidden under the foliage, giving us once again '170' for a GHQ ASC unit ?