His Majesty's Royal Air Service

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His Majesty's Royal Air Service
Badge of His Majesty's Royal Air Service
Founded4 May 2019
Country Kingdom of Quebec
Allegiance Quebec Armed Forces
TypeAir force, Space force
RoleAerial warfare
Part ofQuebec Armed Forces
Air Staff OfficesÎle à Dumais, Quebec
"The Banks of Quebec"
EngagementsWar on Terror
Commander in Chief Marshal of HMRAS
Aidan I
Honorary Chief of the Air Staff Flying officer
Abrams I
RoundelsRoundel Low visibility roundel
Pilot's brevet
Aircraft flown
DJI Phantom 4

His Majesty's Royal Service (HMRAS) is the Air force, and Space force of the Kingdom of Quebec. It was founded on 4 May 2019, with the help of Abrams I. It has one child through government, the Québécois Space Programme.


His Majesty's Royal Air Service is commanded titularly by the Commander-in-Chief – a position held by the sovereign, Aidan I. It is also commanded professionally by the Honorary Chief of the Air Staff – a position held by the sovereign of Ikonia, Abrams I

Pre-nominal Rank Name Position
His Majesty Marshal of HMAF Aidan I Commander in chief
His Ikonian Majesty Flying officer Abrams I Chief of the Air Staff


Rank structure

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
No equivalent
Marshal of HMRAS Air chief marshal Air marshal Air commodore Group captain Wing commander Squadron leader Flight lieutenant Flying officer Pilot officer Officer cadet


Officers of His Majesty's Royal Air Service wear two uniforms that are issued when enlisted. A member only needs one of the uniforms. The uniforms were created by the Honorary Chief of the Air Staff, Abrams I under the 2019 HMRAS UNIFORM COMMISSION' that was sent to the CINC, Aidan I. He stated that, "when a member is deployed in a tropical or very warm climate, the service dress can be traded for khaki."

Air Stations and Airports

Squadrons, fireteams, and other types of organized officers usually get deployed at stations, and airports to serve their term as an officer. The following is the list of the current stations: