Baustralian Corps of Chaplains

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Baustralian Corps of Chaplains
BAF 001 - Cap Badge (Corps of Chaplians).svg
Cap badge of the BCC
Founded 17 January 2018
Country  Baustralia
Role Preaching
Part of Baustralian Armed Forces
 His Royal Navy
 His Royal Marines
 Baustralian Army
 His Royal Air Force
The Rev. Canon the Duke of Cascadia OM KSM BSc MDiv
Army shoulder patch (Christian) Army badge of the RCC.svg

The Baustralian Corps of Chaplains is a personnel branch of the Baustralian Armed Forces consisting of 1 regular force chaplain, His Grace the Reverend Canon the Duke of Cascadia, the Chaplain General of Baustralia. Personnel in this branch hold officer's commissions, but do not hold any specific rank, but referred to as Chaplain. The Chaplain general has a pay rate of OF-8 (Vice admiral, lieutenant general, air vice marshal). The Chaplains of the Fleet, the Land, and of the Air, OF-5 (captain, colonel, group captain, respectively). Other chaplains hold a pay rate of OF-2 (lieutenant, captain, flight lieutenant).

In the Baustralian Army, however, two more ranks exists. Brigade chaplains hold the paygrade of OF-3 (Major), and Divison chaplains, OF-4 (Lieutenant colonel).

Ranks and insignia

NATO equiv. code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) Student officer
Baustralia HRN OF-10 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRN OF-9 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRN OF-8 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRN OF-7 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRN OF-6 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRN OF-5.svg Baustralia HRN OF-4.svg Baustralia HRN OF-3.svg Baustralia HRN OF-2.svg Baustralia HRN OF-1.svg Baustralia HRN OF(D).svg No equivalent
Admiral of the Fleet Admiral Vice admiral Rear admiral Commodore Captain Commander Lieutenant commander Lieutenant Sub-lieutenant Cadet
      Baustralia HRN Chaplain General.svg   Baustralia HRN Chaplain of the Fleet.svg     Baustralia HRN Chaplain.svg      
Chaplain general Chaplain of the Fleet Chaplain
Baustralia Army OF-10.svg Baustralia Army OF-9.svg Baustralia Army OF-8.svg Baustralia Army OF-7.svg Baustralia Army OF-6.svg Baustralia Army OF-5.svg Baustralia Army OF-4.svg Baustralia Army OF-3.svg Baustralia Army OF-2.svg Baustralia Army OF-1B.svg Baustralia Army OF-1.svg Baustralia Army OF(D).svg No equivalent
Field Marshal General Lieutenant General Major General Brigadier Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Major Captain Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Cadet
Baustralia Army Chaplain General.svg Baustralia Army Chaplain of the Land.svg Baustralia Army Divison Chaplain.svg Baustralia Army Brigade Chaplain.svg Baustralia Army Chaplain.svg
Chaplain general Chaplain of the Land Division chaplain Brigade chaplain Chaplain
Baustralia HRAF OF-10 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRAF OF-9 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRAF OF-8 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRAF OF-7 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRAF OF-6 (Collected).svg Baustralia HRAF OF-5.svg Baustralia HRAF OF-4.svg Baustralia HRAF OF-3.svg Baustralia HRAF OF-2.svg Baustralia HRAF OF-1B.svg Baustralia HRAF OF-1A.svg Baustralia HRAF OF(D).svg No equivalent
Marshal of His Royal Air Force Air chief marshal Air marshal Air vice marshal Air commodore Group captain Wing commander Squadron leader Flight lieutenant Flying officer Pilot officer Acting pilot officer

Baustralia HRAF Chaplain General.svg Baustralia HRAF Chaplain of the Air.svg Baustralia HRAF Chaplain.svg
Chaplain general Chaplain of the Air Chaplain

Order of precedence

Preceded by
Baustralian Medical Branch
Baustralian Corps of Chaplains Succeeded by
Royal Baustralian Army Service Corps