Marshal of Royal Queensland Air Force

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Marshal of Royal Queensland Air Force
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The insignia of a Marshal of Royal Queensland Air Force as worn on epaulettes
Country Queensland
Service branch Royal Queensland Air Force
AbbreviationMRQAF
RankFive-star rank
NATO rankOF-10
Formation2015
Next lower rankAdmiral
Equivalent ranksField Marshal (RQA)
Admiral of the Fleet (RQN)

A Marshal of Royal Queensland Air Force is the most senior commissioned officer of the Royal Queensland Armed Forces, more specifically, the Royal Queensland Air Force. It outranks an admiral of the navy, and a general of the army. Its equivalent is an Field Marshal of Royal Queensland Army, and a marshal of Royal Queensland Air Force.

A Admiral of the Fleet insignia consists of two crossed batons surrounded by Silver color in which the military baton It has a crown and leaves around it and is placed over a silver military baton below St Edward's Crown. Like Marshals of the RQAF and Admirals of the Fleet, Field Marshals traditionally remain officers for life, though on half-pay when not in an appointment.

List of Marshal of Royal Queensland Air Force

No. Civilian Portrait Name Appointed on Conferred by
1
Albert V of Queensland Coronation Photo (NEW 2).png
Flag Queensland Admiral of the Fleet.png Royal Standard of Monarchy of Kingdom of Queensland (New 2).png
Prince Albert, Duke of Sembilan (the King Emeritus)
16 May 2015
establish
He established the Field Marshal of the Royal Queensland Army and was the first Queensland person to have the Field Marshal of Royal Queensland Army.
2
Princess Charlotte Photo.png
Flag Queensland Admiral of the Fleet.png Royal Standard of Monarchy of Kingdom of Queensland (New 2).png
Princess Charlotte,Duchess of St Andrews (the Queen Emeritus)
16 May 2016
King George I
She was the first woman to be crowned Field Marshal.
3
Flag Queensland Admiral of the Fleet.png
Flag Queensland Admiral of the Fleet.png Queensland Nation New Flag 2.png
Prince Albert, Duke of Strathearn and George
16 May 2016
King George I
The first royal member to decorate the Field Marshal as Commander of King George's Home Guards.