admiral of the fleet. v. t. e. A commander-in-chief or supreme commander is the person who exercises supreme command and control over armed forces or a military branch. As a technical term, it refers to military competencies that reside in a country's executive leadership, a head of state or a head of government .
Commander-in-Chief, Home Forces was a senior officer in the British Army during the First and Second World Wars. The role of the appointment was firstly to oversee the training and equipment of formations in preparation for their deployment overseas, and secondly, to command the forces required to defend the United Kingdom against an enemy incursion or invasion.
A commander-in-chief is the commander of a nation's military forces. Some country's commander-in-chief does not need to have been a soldier or involved in the military. The term was first used by King Charles I of England in 1639. Commanders-in-Chief is sometimes referred to as Supreme Commander, which is sometimes used as a specific term.
Commander-in-chief of the Forces. Le commander-in-chief of the Forces ou seulement commander-in-chief ( C-in-C ), est le salarié à la tête de l' Armée de l'Angleterre (en) de 1660 à 1707. Elle est remplacée en 1707 par l' Armée de terre britannique, fondée cette année-là, en incluant les régiments écossais. Le C-in-C est la tête de cette armée de ...