Commander-in-Chief of Queenslandian Armed Forces

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Commander-in-Chief of the Queenslandian Armed Forces
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Incumbent
Benedikte X of Queensland

since 19 February 2022
Queenslandian Armed Forces
TypeRole
AbbreviationC-in-C
Formation3 January 2015
First holderQueen Elizabeth II (as the Queen of Queensland)
DeputyChief of the Defense Forces

The Commander-in-Chief of Queenslandian Armed Forces refers to the supreme command authority of the Queenslandian Armed Forces, a military role vested in the Supreme Head of the Queensland, currently King Edward IX. Under Queenslandian constitutional law the command and government of the Queenslandian armed forces is vested in the Supreme Head and as such he holds the highest office in the military chain of command. The authority to issue orders and give commands to military personnel is delegated by the Supreme Head to his commanders in the Field, however he does retain the right to issue orders personally.

Commander-in-Chief of Queenslandian Armed Forces

Year Sovereign
Commander-in-Chief of Queenslandian Armed Forces
3 January 2015 – 3 January 2016 Elizabeth II
3 January 2015 – 7 October 2017 George I
7 October 2017 – 10 December 2017 Victoria II
10 December 2017 – 29 April 2020 George III
29 April 2020 – 16 July 2020 Charlotte IV
16 July 2020 – 20 October 2020 Albert V
20 October 2020 – 2 November 2020 Frederick VI
3 November 2020 – 10 December 2020 Catherine VII
10 December 2020  – 10 February 2021 Juliana VIII
12 February 2021  – 12 February 2021 Edward IX
19 February 2022  – Incumbent Benedikte X