Maritime and Cyber Command

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Maritime and Cyber Command
Maritime and Cyber Command - Badge.svg
Logo of the Maritime and Cyber Command
Founded19 February 2023
CountryQueensland Queensland
TypeNavy and Cyber force
RoleNaval warfare and Hybrid warfare
Part of Queenslandian Armed Forces
Commander-in-ChiefThe Supreme Head of the Queenslandian - Royal Standard.svg Albert
Chief of the Maritime and Cyber StaffChief of the Maritime, Air, and Cyber Staff - Flag (4 star).svg Admiral Sir Carl Nick Olaf
Deputy Chief of the Maritime and Cyber StaffRear Admiral Antony Cunningham
Flag of the Maritime and Cyber CommandMaritime, Air, and Cyber Command - Flag.svg
The Supreme Head's ColourMaritime and Cyber Command - The Supreme Head's Colour.svg

The Maritime and Cyber Command is a force that was reestablished on 19 February 2023 pursuant to Defense Force (Amendment II) Act 0923 to replace the Royal Navy following the official suspension of Royal Navy status in late December 2022, After the end of a long mission of 7 years


On 23 December 2022, Air Chief Marshal Sir Alexander Robert Patrick addressed a meeting of the Chiefs of Staff Committee announcement that he would formally suspend the status of the Royal Queenslandian Navy and establish the Maritime and Cyber Command for both river and cyber operations, it was certified through Defense Force (Amendment II) Act 0923 on 19 January 2023. The Office of the Chief of the Defense Force announcement that Defense Force would soon formally define the Maritime and Cyber Command format.

Duties of Maritime and Cyber Command

Maritime and Cyber Command's duties are divided into two parts, the first being "river operations", but Queensland's current geography is not bordered by rivers. Thus making the defense force had to choose the area in the Crown dependencies with the largest river border, with the current Maritime stronghold located in Koningin Beatrix City in Bailiwick of Bouillon-Greenland.

The second being "National Protection Operations." Cyber Command was originally merged with the National Intelligence Service (The National Intelligence Service has now been merged with the Maritime and Cyber Command) after the Chief of the Defence Force announced that from now the National Intelligence Service and Cyber Command will be merged with the Royal Queensland Navy to form the Maritime and Cyber Command. The Cyber Command's current stronghold is located in Ontardundas in the province of Carl Gustaf.

Maritime and Cyber Command 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
Maritime and Cyber Command
OF-09 RQN.svg OF-08 RQN.svg OF-07 RQN.svg OF-06 RQN.svg OF-05 RQN.svg OF-04 RQN.svg OF-03 RQN.svg OF-02 RQN.svg OF-01 RQN.svg OF- (D) RQN.svg No equivalent
Admiral Vice admiral Rear admiral Commodore Captain Commander Lieutenant commander Lieutenant Sub-lieutenant Cadet


NATO equiv. Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-3 OR-2 OR-1
Maritime and Cyber Command
Queenslandian Royal Navy OR-9.svg Queenslandian Royal Navy OR-8.svg Queenslandian Royal Navy OR-7.svg Queenslandian Royal Navy OR-6.svg Queenslandian Royal Navy OR-4.svg Not applicable Queenslandian Royal Navy OR-2.svg Not applicable
Warrant officer class 1 Warrant officer class 2 Chief petty officer Petty officer Leading rate Able rate