Hi all, I saw an earlier thread mentioning 44 RTR and the Staffordshire Yeomanry as units which crossed the Rhine in DDs but the Staff Yeomanry were identified as crossing as Rees. At Library and Archives Canada this week I photographed an "unofficial" report on DD tanks at the Rhine by Lt Col G C Reeves. He mentions two regiments but does not identify them by number or name but by coded letter. But I think there is probably enough information to identify both of these now and basically I am just wondering which regiment crossed at Vynen? (Is there some confusion about Rees vs Vynen?) "Two British regiments were available, which for reasons of security will in this paper be called l Armd Regt RAC and u Armd Regt RAC. (The code used is the same as that employed in AFV (T) 21 Army Group Reports.) u Armd Regt RAC had had this type of tank for a considerable time and one squadron of it, had in fact, gained operational experience at South Beveland. l Armed Regt RAC had had only approximately one weeks training. The former was thus available for night work but the latter were to cross in day light or by artificial moonlight, if sufficiently effective, without the use of navigational equipment. ... 15 Scottish Div were to cross the Rhine with two Bdes up, in the area of HAFFEN-MARS. The lefthand Bde was to cross in the area of VYNEN with u Armd Regt RAC in support. The righthand brigade was to cross in the neighbourhood of XANTEN with l Armd Regt RAC in support." I am interested to identify these regiments both for sheer inherent interests' sake, and also because it seems possible that references to 'u' and 'l' regiments in the AFV(T) [technical] reports will be these same regiments.