Queen's Regulations


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Queen's Regulations

pl n
(Military) (in Britain and certain other Commonwealth countries when the sovereign is female) the code of conduct for members of the armed forces. Abbreviation: QR
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Officers are expected to set a certain standard, and under Queen's Regulations, they can be disciplined for behaviour which brings discredit on the Army.
But he also told the court that all personnel had to abide by the RAF's Queen's Regulations which included guidance on off-duty employment.
The best definition of his work is to be found in the Queen's regulations concerning a chaplain in the Royal Navy.
"Soldiers discharged under Queen's Regulations 9.414 will be as a result of disciplinary failings.
Officers should not sleep with the lower ranks - it's against Queen's regulations to have someone under you under you.