Baustralian Army

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Baustralian Army
Armée baustralienne (fr)
Badge of the Baustralian Army.svg
Founded 2 July 2017
Country  Baustralia
Branch Army
Part of Baustralian Armed Forces
Commander-in-Chief Royal Standard of Baustralia.svg Field Marshal John I
Chief of the General Staff Command pennant of an OF-9 in Baustralia.svg General Geoff Audas
Army sergeant major Warrant officer Abby Rashotte

The Baustralian Army is the ground warfare branch of the Baustralian Armed Forces, responsible for the protection of the crown of Baustralia. It was formed on 2 July 2017 by John I with Emily Day named the Chief of the General Staff. The only active units are the 1st Regiment "King's Grenadiers", and the 1st Field Ambulance.

Originally called His Royal Army, it was renamed upon the amalgamation of His Royal Air Force, becoming the Air Command, to better match the armies of Canada and the United Kingdom. The Air Command has since separated into HRAF again.


The Baustralian Army is commanded titularly by the Commander in Chief, John I – and professionally by the Chief of the General Staff – a position held by General G.R. Audas.

Senior appointments are

Pre-nominal Rank Name Post nominal Position
His Majesty Field Marshal John I Commander-in-Chief
General G.R. Audas MBE KSM Chief of the General Staff
Her Royal Highness Brigadier general Katelynn, Princess of Wabasso LG DBE OE KSM BTA Surgeon general
The Reverend Canon Chaplain the Duke of Cascadia OM GCStG KSM Chaplain general



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 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 general Colonel Lieutenant colonel Major Captain Lieutenant Second lieutenant Cadet
Abbreviation FM Gen LGen MGen BGen Col LtCol Maj Capt Lt 2Lt Cdt
NATO equiv. Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-3 OR-2 OR-1
Baustralia Army OR-9.svg No equivalent
Baustralia Army OR-7 (Canine).svg Baustralia Army OR-6.svg No equivalent
Baustralia Army OR-4.svg Baustralia Army OR-3.svg Baustralia Army OR-2.svg
Warrant officer Staff sergeant Sergeant Corporal Lance corporal Private
Abbreviation WO[a] S/Sgt Sgt[b] Cpl LCpl Pte


  • 1st Division
    • King's Grenadiers
    • Royal Baustralian Regiment
    • 1 Field Ambulance
    • 1 Service Squadron
    • 1 Canine Squadron


  1. Positions such as Regimental Sergeant Major (abbreviated RSM) may be used instead of Warrant Officer.
  2. Sergeant (abbreviated Sjt.) is used in some regiments.