Royal Queensland Regiment

The Royal Queensland Regiment (RQR) is a reserve light infantry formation in the Australian Army based in Queensland.

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25th/49th Battalion, Royal Queensland Regiment - Battle Honours
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Irene Longman
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11th Brigade (Australia) - Brigade Locations
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Royal Queensland Regiment - See Also
... Royal Australian Regiment Royal New South Wales Regiment Royal Victoria Regiment Royal Tasmania Regiment Royal South Australia Regiment Royal Western Australia Regiment ...

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