Good evening everyone! British Infantry Divisions had at their disposal a Reconnaissance Regiment comparable in size and equipment to German Panzer Aufklärungs Abteilungen. German Infantry Divisions had no Recce element at all from 1942 on, the Aufklärungs Abteilung being replaced by a Divisions Füsilier Bataillon as a reserve combat formation. From D-Day on, the three British Armoured Divisions had Armoured Reconnaissance Regiments, in effect a fourth Armoured Regiment equipped with Cromwell Cruiser Tanks; the 7th Armoured Division was altogether equipped with Cromwells, the Guards and 11th Armoured had Shermans otherwise. At least, the Guards Armoured Division used its Armoured Recce Regiment in the same way as its Armoured Regiments, forming four "Combat Commands" following the US example, joining an Armoured Regiment and an Infantry Battalion. Only from September 1944, Armoured Car Regiments were transferred from Corps to the Armoured Division. My question is: how were the Armoured Recce Regiments expected to do the Recce job with their Cruiser Tanks, lacking the usual Armoured Cars? Greetings from Germany!