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What does QRH stand for?

QRH stands for Queen's Royal Hussars (a British regiment)

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At the time of their arrest, Dyce was a serving soldier with the Queen's Royal Hussars, based in Sennelager, Germany, while Loveless had resigned from the military in November 2011, having served in the same unit.
The 22-year-old, of Sydney Road, Smethwick, was sentenced yesterday along with 26-year-old Lance Laurent, also a trooper with the Queen's Royal Hussars, Duran Wright, 28, a Lance Corporal with the Royal Logistic Corps, and Lemar Loveless, 26, who was arrested six days after he quit the Queen's Royal Hussars.
CAPTION(S): The Queen's Royal Hussars march through Warwick on their homecoming parade as the crowds gather L/Cp Jason Hartland with his 11-month-old daughter Alicia
n THE Coventry Troop, Queen's Royal Hussars (including the Own Hussars and Queens Royal Irish Hussars) are holding a dinner, also on Saturday at The Royal Warwicks Club.
Sandbag got his name for his golden coat and because he protects the men of B Squadron of the Queen's Royal Hussars from stray dogs around their base at the southern port of Umm Qasr.
Meanwhile the Duke of Edinburgh celebrated St Patrick's Day in Germany with former and serving soldiers of The Queen's Royal Hussars (QRH).