There were a number of formations that members of the corps were a part of or assigned to during the course of the war. This section will illustrate some of these formations. Some of these formations were Canadian others were British or Allied.
"C" Force Hong Kong
Not a true formation patch, this was worn by surviving POW's at the end of the war. The RCASC contingent was small at 15 members. 8 of 15 were casualties and didn't survive the battle or years of captivity.
Hickey, Overton Stark Captain
Barlow, Edwin Private B/89635
Berger, Max Private A/56551
Burton, John Edgar Private P/89253
Carter, Albert Edward Sergeant B/83222
Curtis, Edward James Private B/89145 Hauser, Theodore Corporal K/28096
Hunter, Arthur Hilton Sergeant P/280078
Hurley, James Jacob Private F/91781
Jackson, Albert Corporal D/106529
Melville, David Shearer Private B/89264
Newsome, Ambrose Private D/114776
Pearce, William Richard CSM B/81614
Saunders, Walter John Private F/92817 Sword, David Laurie Staff Sergeant B/95056
Canadian Army Pacific Force (CAPF). Each colour representing the different divisions and black for the armoured brigades. Smaller one was worn on existing formation patch while the larger was for individuals not part of an existing formation.