Vickers Utility Tractor 1932 Personnel Carrier
◘ All ranks of the Machine Gun and Anti-tank Company had to be trained in the use of the machine gun. (This may suggest that the Anti-tank Company was pro tem equipped with M.G.s as proxies for their guns).
◘ All ranks of the Anti-tank Company would have to be trained in the use of the machine gun, once it is approved and issued (see note above).
◘ Many men of all ranks would have to be trained in the use of the revolver.
◘ No training would be carried out with the light machine gun in the Machine Gun Battalion. (The LMG was exclusively the province of the Rifle Battalions, in the same way as all Vickers Gun MMGs in the Brigade were concentrated in the M.G. battalion).
◘ How would the Machine Gun Battalion be distributed for movement on roads? How and where would all the lorries and cars be moved which cannot go at infantry marching pace?
◘ Would the M.G. Battalion depend on Brigade Communications or its own? And by wireless, line, visual, motor despatch riders or cyclists?
◘ Would the Austin car satisfactorily replace the horse?
◘ How and under whose orders would the Anti-tank usually function? Would this be by a lorry with the gun mounted on it and carrying the team, or a number of small cars, be the best way of transporting an Anti-tank detachment?
◘ Would the mortars best be included in the Machine Gun Battalion, or as present in the Rifle Battalions?
◘ Should the Anti-tank Company form part of the Machine Gun Battalion? If not, where in the Brigade should the Anti-tank guns be placed?
◘ How would the new organisation affect Brigade tactics?