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QRHQuick Reference Handbook
QRHQuick Release Hook (mooring systems)
QRHYour Frequency Varies (radiotelegraphy)
QRHQueen's Royal Hussars (a British regiment)
QRHBarometric pressure reported by a particular station
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"On arrival at QRH, Corporal Hatfield rapidly established himself as a true character, his professionalism and potential evident at an early stage.
The QRH was the first to deploy tanks in to Bosnia and their new Challenger 2 tanks first saw action in Kosovo.
In May 2008, almost three years after the Helios accident, Boeing released an updated QRH noting that such a sequence "may indicate a pressurisation problem."
"The focus has been the Old Comrades, but the royal visit has been a real highlight," said Lieutenant Colonel Chris Coles, Commanding Officer of the QRH.
levels (qRL and qRH) that are closer to the optimal levels (q*L and q*H,
They were followed closely by men from The Queen's Royal Hussars (QRH), 1st Battalion The Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment (1PWRR), 1st Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment (1 Yorks), and 5th Battalion The Rifles (5 Rifles).
Lieutenant Colonel Chris Coles, commanding officer of the QRH, said: "The focus has been the Old Comrades Association but the royal visit has been a real highlight."
Prince Philip made a surprise visit to the Queen's Royal Hussars (QRH) in Basra on Sunday in his role as the Regiment's Colonel in Chief.
- Sgt Gary Bain, 24587812 , D Coy, 1 Highlanders, QRH Battle Group, OP Agricola 7, BFPO 559.
The QRH's history, which includes the Battle of Waterloo and the Charge of the Light Brigade, is believed to be one of the oldest units in the British Army.