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Canada is a large nation in North America. Currently Canada is very prosperous and is a member of NATO, the British Commonwealth, and G8.
 
Canada is a large nation in North America. Currently Canada is very prosperous and is a member of NATO, the British Commonwealth, and G8.
[[File:Flag_of_Canada_1921-1957.png|thumb|200px|The flag of Canad from 1921-1957.]]
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[[File:Flag_of_Canada_1921-1957.png|thumb|200px|The flag of Canada from 1921-1957.]]
 
[[File:Flag_of_Canada.png|thumb|200px|The current flag of Canada.]]
 
[[File:Flag_of_Canada.png|thumb|200px|The current flag of Canada.]]
   
== Global Conquest ==
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== Second World War ==
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Canada fought in the Second World War as a member of the allies in the European Theater of Operations (ETO). Their equipment is very similar to that of the British Military, with the exception of several pieces of gear.
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=== Arms and Equipment during the Second World War ===
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====Small Arms====
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Handguns
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* Webley Mk.VI
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* Enfield No.2
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* Inglis Hi-Power
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* M1911A1
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Submachine Guns
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* Sten Mk.II
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* M1928A1 Thompson
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* M1A1 Thompson
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Rifles
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* Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.3
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* Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1
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* M1941 Johnson
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Sniper Rifles
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* Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.3(T)
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* Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1(T)
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* Ross Sniper Rifle
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Machine Guns
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* Bren
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* Lewis Machine Gun
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* Vickers Mk.1
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== World War III (Global Conquest & Modern Combat) ==
 
By the time of the Third World War, Canada had lost much of its independence when forming the North American Union (NAU) with the [[United States of America]]. Canada joining the NAU was considered good fortune for the economically weak at the time United States. The US benefited from the Canadian's wealth and shared resources and quickly began using them in the process of modernizing and strengthening of its armed forces. With the merge, the Canadians also received cheaper access to the arms of the Americans to use for their own military.
 
By the time of the Third World War, Canada had lost much of its independence when forming the North American Union (NAU) with the [[United States of America]]. Canada joining the NAU was considered good fortune for the economically weak at the time United States. The US benefited from the Canadian's wealth and shared resources and quickly began using them in the process of modernizing and strengthening of its armed forces. With the merge, the Canadians also received cheaper access to the arms of the Americans to use for their own military.
   

Revision as of 19:28, February 7, 2014

Canada is a large nation in North America. Currently Canada is very prosperous and is a member of NATO, the British Commonwealth, and G8.

Flag of Canada 1921-1957

The flag of Canada from 1921-1957.

Flag of Canada

The current flag of Canada.

Second World War

Canada fought in the Second World War as a member of the allies in the European Theater of Operations (ETO). Their equipment is very similar to that of the British Military, with the exception of several pieces of gear.

Arms and Equipment during the Second World War

Small Arms

Handguns

  • Webley Mk.VI
  • Enfield No.2
  • Inglis Hi-Power
  • M1911A1

Submachine Guns

  • Sten Mk.II
  • M1928A1 Thompson
  • M1A1 Thompson

Rifles

  • Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.3
  • Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1
  • M1941 Johnson

Sniper Rifles

  • Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.3(T)
  • Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1(T)
  • Ross Sniper Rifle

Machine Guns

  • Bren
  • Lewis Machine Gun
  • Vickers Mk.1




World War III (Global Conquest & Modern Combat)

By the time of the Third World War, Canada had lost much of its independence when forming the North American Union (NAU) with the United States of America. Canada joining the NAU was considered good fortune for the economically weak at the time United States. The US benefited from the Canadian's wealth and shared resources and quickly began using them in the process of modernizing and strengthening of its armed forces. With the merge, the Canadians also received cheaper access to the arms of the Americans to use for their own military.

Arms and Equipment during World War III

The Canadian Military is a professional, first rate military force with modern (and updated) equipment.

Small Arms

Sidearms

  • Inglis Hi-Power
  • Glock 17

Shotguns

  • M870
  • M1014 JSCS

Carbines and Compact Carbines

  • C8A4
  • M4A3
  • Mk.18
  • HK-416C

Assault Rifles and Battle Rifles

  • C7A3
  • M16A5
  • HK-416
  • Mk.14 EBR

Designated Marksman Rifles

  • AR-10
  • Mk.12
  • M14 EBR

Sniper Rifles and Anti-Material Sniper Rifles

  • C14
  • Tac-300
  • Tac-50
  • M40A5
  • Barrett M82A3

Machine Guns

  • C6A1
  • C9A3
  • C7A3 IAR
  • M27 IAR
  • M2 Browning

Heavy Weapons

  • Mk.19
  • M72A7 LAW
  • M136 AT4
  • ERYX
  • FGM-172 SRAW
  • FIM-192 Stinger

Explosives

  • C13
  • M18 Smoke
  • M83 Smoke
  • AN/M14 Incendiary
  • M84 Flashbang

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