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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian Armed Forces
رئيس هيئة الأركان المشتركة للقوات المسلحة الأردنية
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Emblem of the Jordanian Armed Forces
Jordanian Armed Forces
Mahmoud Freihat portrait.jpg
Incumbent
Lieutenant general Mahmoud Freihat

since 2 October 2016
Jordanian Armed Forces
Member of Joint Chiefs of Staff
Reports to The King of Jordan
Seat Amman, Jordan
Appointer The King of Jordan
Formation 1 March 1956
First holder Major general Radi Annab

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, previously the chief of staff, is the office for the head of the Jordanian Armed Forces held by a Lieutenant general or higher ranking officers.[1]

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1920–present)[]

Name Portrait Birth–Death Entered office Left office
Flag of Jordan.svgArab Legion (1920–1956) • ArabLegn.gif
1 LTG Frederick Peake Frederick Peake portrait.jpg 1886–1970 22 October 1920 3 May 1939
2 LTG John Glubb
John Glubb portrait.jpg 1897–1986 25 June 1939 1 March 1956
Flag of Jordan.svgJordanian Armed Forces-Arab Army (1956–present) • 20px
3 MG Radi Annab Radi Annab.jpg 1898–1980 1 March 1956 24 May 1956
4 MG Ali Abu Nuwar Chief of Staff Abu Nuwar in 1956.jpg 1925–1991 24 May 1956 14 April 1957
5 MG Ali Al-Hayari Ali Al-Hayari portrait.jpg 1923–2002 17 April 1957 20 April 1957
6 FM Habis Al-Majali
(1st time)
Habes Al-Majali portrait.jpg 1914–2001 20 April 1957 8 October 1967
7 LTG Amer Khammash Amer Khammash portrait.jpg 1924-2010 9 October 1967 27 October 1968
8 LTG Mashour Haditha
(1st time)
80px 1928-2001 27 October 1968 30 June 1969
9 MG Sharif Nasser Sharif Nasser portrait (cropped).jpg 1902–1982 30 June 1969 11 June 1970
10 FM Habis Al-Majali
(2nd time)
Habes Al-Majali portrait.jpg 1914–2001 11 June 1970 15 September 1970
11 LTG Mashour Haditha
(1st time)
80px 1928-2001 16 September 1970 11 January 1976
12 FM Zaid ibn Shaker Zaid ibn Shaker portrait1 (cropped).jpg 1934–2002 11 January 1976 19 December 1988
13 FM Fathi Abu Taleb Fathi Abu Taleb portrait (cropped).jpg 1933–2016 19 December 1988 5 April 1993
14 FM Abdel Hafez Al-Ka'abneh Abdel Al-Hafez Ka'abneh portrait.jpeg 1937–2016 5 April 1993 18 July 1999
15 GEN Mohammad Al-Malkawi 80px 1943–present 18 July 1999 5 March 2002
16 GEN Khaled Al-Sarayra Khaledsar (cropped).jpg 1944–present 5 March 2002 23 February 2010
17 GEN Mashal Al-Zaben 80px 1953–present 23 February 2010 2 October 2016
18 LTG Mahmoud Freihat Mahmoud Freihat portrait.jpg 1960–present 2 October 2016 Incumbent

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