The GAV concentrates its efforts on portraying basic Territorial Artillery regiments of the Royal Artillery with a 25 Pdr Troop each in Wiltshire and Lancashire a section in Yorkshire and Sub sections in Bristol and Essex. The Battery covers all element from Survey, Command Post, REME support as well as the Guns. The GAV normally portrays both 69th Field Regiment RA (TA) and 124th Field Regiment RA (TA) although we have in the past rebadged to represent many different regiments when required such as: The group's Far East demonstration of the 1st Bty (The Blazers), 28th Jungle Field Regiment RA, which was recreated in St Jame's Park. Whilst for the Maltese Artillery Regiment, we recreated the 12th Field Regiment RA during a visit to Malta. The GAV also expands its field gunnery beyond the chronological limits of the Second World War with an 18-pounder field of the First World War carrying out various displays and a post-war field gun display, representing a National Service era artillery troop circa 1952.