Admiral of the Fleet (His Royal Navy)

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Admiral of the Fleet
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Command Flag of an Admiral of the Fleet
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Admiral of the Fleet insignia
Country Baustralia
Service branch His Royal Navy
AbbreviationAdm of the F
NATO rankOF-10
Next lower rankBaustralia HRN OF-9 (infobox).svg Admiral
Equivalent ranks
Admirals of the Fleet4

Admiral of the Fleet is the five-star naval rank of the Baustralian Armed Forces, and the equivalent NATO paygrade is OF-10. It is equivalent to a field marshal of the Baustralian Army and a marshal of His Royal Air Force.

It is worn by the Sovereign in his capacity of Commander-in-Chief and Lord High Admiral, certain multinational commands, retired admirals holding certain high positions such as First Sea Lord or Chief of the Defence Staff. Honourary appointments to this rank are most common.

Admirals of the fleet wear a sleeve lace of one thick band, and four standard bands of gold, with an executive curl on top. The shoulder board consists of a wide gold band, two crossed silver batons, surmounted with the royal cypher, with a gold naval button on top.

Admirals of the Fleet

  • His Majesty Admiral of the Fleet King John I (20 June 2017 – present) – Commander-in-Chief and Lord High Admiral
  • Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Timpson (9 May 2021 – present) – First and Principal Naval Aide-de-Camp
Formerly held rank from 31 January to 11 September 2018, as Commander His Royal Navy.
  • Admiral of the Fleet Lord Jenkinson of Worthing (27 December 2020 – present) – Honourary
  • Admiral of the Fleet Sir Harrison Pickles (1 January 2022 – present) – Chief of the Defence Staff
  • Admiral of the Fleet Reagan Greenson (19 October 2018 – 21 October 2018) – Imperial Allied Commander