- n. What is the name (or call sign) of your station?
- n. The name (or call sign) of my station is ...
- Quick reaction alert. A military and NATO term to define a higher state of readiness in which aircraft will become airborne within minutes to intercept and identify unknown aircraft or intercept one that has lost contact with air traffic control.
“It is standard practice if anything like this happens to send out what they call a QRA, for quick reaction force.”
“Have you missed the fact that the Alaskan and northern UK QRA flights are back in business with Russian customers?”
“In the petition, the QRA asked Gen Holomisa to send government officials on a fact-finding mission to the area instead of allowing police, who have been accused of favouring the thieves, to investigate the violence.”
“Unable to give QRA (name of station), the Norseman replied; and the Mormacrio then sent:”
“Sa OU wot QRA OF DT DTAR (Say, old man, what was the name of that German warship?)”
“Collaborating with department QRA, corporate management, manufacturing, R&D, packaging and engineering functions.”
“QRA/Falklands and face a gap in air-ground capable aircraft available for CAS on ops (because the number of GR4s is only going to decrease, and the point where there won't be enough to sustain an Afghan-style op will be reached a while before the last squadron of GR4s is replaced and before there are enough JSF - if we get them - to take up the slack).”
“Apparently an urgent review of last weeks Blackjack intercept over the Hebrides has identified gaps in northern QRA.”
“QRA ™ Practitioner provides remote nutritional analysis for Premier Research Lab's products.”
“Purchase the $40 session for this option and just send the e-mail with QRA”
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