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The Royal Australian Armoured Corps (RAAC) is a corps of the Australian Army. The corps was formed on 9 July 1941 as the Australian Armoured Corps to provide personnel to use Armoured Fighting Vehicles. The corps has its origins in the Australian Tank Corps, which was formed in 1928.[1] The RAAC is the senior arms corps within the army and was granted the Royal prefix in 1948. Units of the RAAC have included tank, reconnaissance and armoured personnel-carrier regiments.

Current units

Regular Army

1st Armoured Regiment – Armoured / Reconnaissance

2nd Cavalry Regiment – Armoured / Reconnaissance

2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) – Armoured / Reconnaissance

B Squadron, 3rd/4th Cavalry Regiment – Training Support within School of Armour

School of Armour – Training Regiment

Army Reserve

1st/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers – Light cavalry / Reconnaissance

3rd/9th Light Horse (South Australia Mounted Rifles) – Light cavalry / Reconnaissance

4th/19th Prince of Wales’s Light Horse – Light cavalry / Reconnaissance

A Squadron, 10th Light Horse Regiment – Light cavalry / Reconnaissance

12th/16th Hunter River Lancers – Light cavalry / Reconnaissance / Protected mobility


The RAAC is primarily equipped with five types of vehicle:

M1A1 Abrams – the Abrams is Australia’s main battle tank (MBT), and equips the 1st Armoured and 2nd Cavalry Regiments.

ASLAV – the ASLAV is a variant of the LAV 25 vehicle designed specifically for the Australian Army, and is used in the armoured reconnaissance role with the 1st Armoured, 2nd Cavalry and 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiments.

M113AS4 – the M113AS4 is an upgraded M113 armoured personnel carrier and equips the 1st Armoured, 2nd Cavalry and 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiments.

Bushmaster PMV – the Bushmaster is used to provide protected lift by the light cavalry regiments.

Land Rover Perentie – 4×4 and 6×6 versions of the Land Rover are used in the reconnaissance role by the light cavalry regiments.

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