Some 2,000 servicemen and women took part in the rehearsal, including personnel from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and the Queen's Colour Squadron of the Royal Air Force.
What does QCS stand for?
QCS stands for Queen's Colour Squadron (Royal Air Force ceremonial squadron)
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We have 51 other meanings of QCS in our Acronym Attic
- QoS Customer Server
- Quadro Comunitario di Sostegno (Italian: Community Support Network)
- Quality Certification Services (Ohio, USA)
- Quality Certification System (various organizations)
- Quality Computer Services, Incorporated
- Quality Control Schedule
- Quality Control Supervisor
- Quality Control System
- Quality Customer Service (DISA)
- Quality of Care Standards (child welfare)
- Queensland Core Skills (exam for Australian schools in Queensland)
- Quest Cyber Solutions
- Quincy Community Schools (Quincy, MI)
- Quinte Computer Services, Ltd (Ontario, Canada)
- Quinte Counselling Services (Ontario, Canada)
- Quisqueya Christian School (Port-au-Prince; Haiti)
- Quad City Salvage Auction
- Qualified Cost-Sharing Arrangement (US IRS)
- Queensland Christian Soccer Association
- Quick Cash Secret Banking System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Before the royal party arrived, the Queen's Colour Squadron began the proceedings by marching down Pierhead Street leading RAF representatives from across Wales.
This year's military ceremonial is being led by the Royal Air Force, who will supply a Queen's Colour Squadron Royal Guard of Honour.
He has been in the RAF since 2002, during which time he has served in Iraq, as well as the Queen's Colour Squadron, carrying out ceremonial duties.
Behind them came women from the three British Armed Forces with the Queen's Colour Squadron of the Royal Air Force, a detachment from the 2nd King Edward VIII Gurkhas, the Massed Bands of the Household Cavalry, the Life Guards, the Blues and Royals, the Royal Marines and the Royal Navy.
Bearers from the Queen's Colour Squadron carried the coffins of the RAF men from the plane as Elgar's Nimrod was played.
Members of the RAF's Queen's Colour Squadron carried a single coffin draped in the flags of Great Britain and New Zealand into Bergen's General Cemetery.
Members of the RAF's Queen's Colour Squadron were bearers at the funeral at Coxyde Military Cemetery near Veurne.