The Armoured Corps will be reduced by two units with the merger of the Queen's Royal Lancers and the 9th/12th Royal Lancers and the 1st and 2nd Tank Regiments amalgamating.
What does QRL stand for?
QRL stands for Queen's Royal Lancers (a British Regiment)
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The Armoured Corps is cut by two units with The Queen's Royal Lancers amalgamating with 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's) and the merger of 1st and 2nd Royal Tank Regiment.
21 (ANI): Corporal Andrew Garthwaite (23), of the Queen's Royal Lancers, has become Britain's first military amputee to be fitted with a bionic arm.
Royal Engineer Sergeant Andrew Jones, 35, died with Trooper Andrew Howarth, 20, of The Queen's Royal Lancers, when their armoured vehicle was blown up in Helmand.
Sgt Jones, who previously completed a tour in Kosovo, was serving in Afghanistan as a reconnaissance engineer with the Queen's Royal Lancers.
The transfer of authority came as a soldier killed by an explosion in nearby Lashkar Gah district on Saturday was named as Trooper Andrew Howarth, 20, of the Queen's Royal Lancers.
came as a soldier killed by an explosion in nearby Lashkar Gah district was named as Trooper Andrew Howarth, 20, of the Queen's Royal Lancers.
The men, from the Queen's Royal Lancers and the Royal Engineers, had not been named.