The Commonwealth Forces 2030

As approved by the UCR Ministry of Defense

From the Office of UCR Minister of Defense, Felix Moraine


As per the demands of unification of the Commonwealth People, and with the approval of the AGU and UCR House of Lords, the UCR Ministry of Defense is launching a comprehensive program to strengthen and unify the structures of the three UCR Member Nations under one banner.


The Commonwealth Armed Forces is administered by the Union of Commonwealth Realms Ministry of Defense. The administrative structure of the Armed Forces is unique in that it provides flexibility and respect to former national identities while still advocating for total unity and cohesion as a fighting force. The entire Commonwealth Armed Forces structure is based on the highly developed and tested former Canadian Armed Forces system of administration, as it is the most tested between the three member nations.


Upper Level Administration

  • UCR Ministry of Defense: The UCR Ministry of Defense is the highest form of operational administration, acting to establish the general doctrine, training, goals and requirements of the UCR Armed Forces. It also administers all other levels of the Commonwealth Armed Forces. The UCR Minister of Defense has the ability to command the armed forces of all UCR members. The UCR Ministry of Defense can acquisition its own equipment, however also can use the Bureau of Acquisition. The UCR Ministry of Defense is the comprehensive administration and commanding body for the Commonwealth Armed Forces

  • UCR Bureau of the Navy: The UCR Bureau of the Navy is specifically responsible for the administration of the Commonwealth Naval forces, and in establishing specific naval doctrine, training, goals, and structure of said Naval Forces. It also administers and assists in the administration of naval assets during peace/war time. It also recommends naval requirements relating to acquisitions to the UCR Ministry of Defense and UCR Bureau of Acquisition. The UCR Bureau of the Navy also manages UCR Nuclear Assets.

  • UCR Bureau of the Army: The UCR Bureau of the Army is specifically responsible for the administration of the Commonwealth Ground forces, and in establishing specific army doctrine, training, goals, and structure of said Ground Forces. It also administers and assists in the administration of naval assets during peace/war time. It also recommends Army requirements relating to acquisitions to the UCR Ministry of Defense and UCR Bureau of Acquisition.

  • UCR Bureau of the Air Force: The UCR Bureau of the Air Force is specifically responsible for the administration of the Commonwealth Air Forces, and in establishing specific Air force doctrine, training, goals, and structure. It also administers and assists in the administration of air assets during peace/war time. It also recommends Air Force requirements relating to acquisitions to the UCR Ministry of Defense and UCR Bureau of Acquisitions.

  • UCR Regional Command: The UCR Regional Commands are the second level of “operational administration”. UCR Regional Commands divide the known world into operational regions, to allow for increased efficiency of operations by the Commonwealth Armed Forces. All UCR Regional Commands are headquartered in the Vermilion, however the regional commands are as follows,

  • Map

  • UCR Regional Command: Greater America (Red)

  • UCR Regional Command: Europe (Grey)

  • UCR Regional Command: Greater Asia (Yellow)

  • UCR Regional Command: Africa (Purple)

  • UCR Regional Command: Oceania-Pacific (Orange)

  • UCR Commonwealth Commands: UCR Commonwealth Commands are the next level of Armed Forces administration, UCR Commonwealth Commands are on a per country basis, and allow for ease of management by the UCR Ministry of Defense. Therefore if the UCR Ministry of Defense is the first level of operational command, the UCR Regional Command the second, then the UCR Commonwealth Commands would be a third/sub-branch of the second. The following are the current locations of UCR Commonwealth Commands.

  • The Vermilion, Canada

  • London, United Kingdoms

  • Canberra, Australia

  • UCR Commonwealth Forces Regional Headquarters: Commonwealth Forces Regional Headquarters are the third and final level of upper-administrative structures. These are the various regions and act as the on-location presence for the UCR Ministry of Defense and Commonwealth Armed Forces. Examples could be the varying Commonwealth Forces Regional Headquarters in Canada, the UK, Australia, and in allied nations.


Branches of the Commonwealth Armed Forces & Personnel

The Commonwealth Armed Forces is divided into 3 main branches, based on the historical structure of the three member states. These branches are of course the

  • Commonwealth Army (Headquarters: The Vermilion, Canada)

  • Canadian Personnel (Active Duty): 160,786

  • British Personnel (Active Duty): 85,122

  • Australian Personnel (Active Duty): 56,748

  • Commonwealth Army Personnel (Active Duty): 302,656

  • Canadian Personnel (Primary Reserve): 84,000

  • British Personnel (Primary Reserve): 40,000

  • Australian Personnel (Primary Reserve): 20,000

  • Commonwealth Army Personnel (Primary Reserve): 144,000

  • Canadian Personnel (Rangers): 8,000

  • Canadian Personnel (Civilians): 5,500

  • Australian Personnel (Territorials): 60,000

  • Commonwealth Army Personnel (Rangers/Reserves): 73,500

  • Commonwealth Navy (Headquarters: The Vermilion, Canada)

  • Canadian Personnel (Active Duty): 80,000

  • British Personnel (Active Duty): 150,000

  • Australian Personnel (Active Duty): 30,000

  • Commonwealth Navy Personnel (Active Duty): 260,000

  • Canadian Personnel (Reserve): 20,000

  • British Personnel (Reserve): 50,000

  • Australian Personnel (Reserve): 15,000

  • Commonwealth Navy Personnel (Primary Reserve): 85,000

  • British Personnel (Active Duty): 9,458

  • Commonwealth Marines (Active Duty): 9,458

  • British Personnel (Primary Reserve): 4,729

  • Commonwealth Marines (Primary Reserve): 4,729

  • Commonwealth Air Force (Headquarters: The Vermilion, Canada)

  • Canadian Personnel (Active Duty): 35,000

  • British Personnel (Active Duty): 50,000

  • Australian Personnel (Active Duty): 25,000

  • Commonwealth Air Force Personnel (Active Duty): 110,000

  • Canadian Personnel (Primary Reserve): 15,000

  • British Personnel (Primary Reserve): 20,000

  • Australian Personnel (Primary Reserve): 10,000

  • Commonwealth Air Force Personnel (Primary Reserve): 45,000


Commonwealth Armed Forces Ranks

The following table lists the unified officer ranks of the three branches.

The ranks have been unified across the board to simplify and ease in efficiency and unity.

NATO Code Army Title Navy Title Air Force Title Commonwealth Marines Title
QF-10 Field Marshal Admiral of the Fleets Marshal of the CAF (Commonwealth Air Force) Captain General Commonwealth Marines
QF-9 General Admiral Air Chief Marshal General
QF-8 Lieutenant-General Vice Admiral Air Marshal Lieutenant-general
QF-7 Major-General Rear Admiral Air Vice-Marshal Major-General
QF-6 Brigadier Commodore Air Commodore Brigadier
QF-5 Colonel Captain Group Captain Colonel
QF-4 Lieutenant-Colonel Commander Wing Commander Lieutenant-Colonel
QF-3 Major Lieutenant Commander Squadron Leader Major
QF-2 Captain Lieutenant Flight Lieutenant Captain
QF-1 Lieutenant/Second Lieutenant Sub Lieutenant/Midshipman Flying Officer/Pilot Officer Lieutenant/Second Lieutenant
OF(D) Officer Cadet Officer Cadet Officer Cadet Officer Cadet

Commonwealth Forces Enlisted Ranks

The following table lists the unified enlisted ranks of the three branches.

The ranks have been unified across the board to simplify and ease in efficiency and unity.

NATO Code Army Title Navy Title Air Force Title Commonwealth Marines Title
OR-9 Warrant Officer Class 1 Warrant Officer Class 1 Warrant Officer Class 1 Warrant Officer
OR-8 Warrant Officer Class 2 Warrant Officer Class 2 Warrant Officer Class 2 No Equivalent
OR-7 Staff/Colour Sergeant Chief Petty Officer Colour Sergeant Flight Sergeant/Chief Technician
OR-6 Sergeant Petty Officer Sergeant Sergeant
OR-5 No Equivalent No Equivalent No Equivalent No Equivalent
OR-4 Corporal Leading Seaman Corporal Corporal
OR-3 Lance Corporal No Equivalent Lance Corporal Lance Corporal
OR-2 Private Able Seaman No Equivalent Senior Aircraftman/ Technician – Senior Aircraftman – Leading Aircraftman
OR-1 Private No Equivalent Marine Aircraftman

Commonwealth Forces Locations

The Commonwealth Forces Locations are all Commonwealth Armed Forces Bases and Operational Locations, and consist of three primary types and 3 sub-types, all operate based on the previously developed “Standard Issue Design” developed by the Canadian Armed Forces (pre-Commonwealth), in which key components and features are found in all locations of the same “location level”. For the security purposes the layout of the base or location will be different depending on location. But it can be assured that listed aspects of the SID will be present.

  • Commonwealth Forces Regional Headquarters (CFRH): Commonwealth Forces Regional Headquarters or CFRH are the upper-level bases for largely administrative purposes. They are the rung directly below the UCR Ministry of Defense Building in The Vermilion. They provide multiple important functions to Commonwealth Armed Forces Operations, primarily in coordinating and facilitating communication between bases under their purview, and for lateral communication with other CFRHs. The CFRH is designed to further emphasize the ability for the Commonwealth’s Union Wide defense strategies, acting as regional level communication sites to help coordinate the defense. Furthermore the CFRH also act as the headquarters for regional divisions, fleets, and air wings.

  • Standard Issue Design

  • All CFRH will be able to operate like “mini-ministry of defense” buildings. Facilitating communication, networks, and coordination.

  • They all come equipped with the current equipment in use at the current Pier systems, CFB Suffield, and the Ministry of Defense National Headquarters.

  • All CFRH locations will be connected into the Commonwealth Quantum Network (come it’s completion)

  • All CFRH locations will be outfitted with Commonwealth Quantum radars (come it’s completion)

  • They are also all provided with contamination zones under the Import Kiwi/Alien Programs (Remains classified).

  • Commonwealth Forces Bases (CFB): A CFB is the third and primary level of military location. It’s primary function is to serve as a headquarters/main basing location for a Mechanized Brigade Group, Portions of a fleet, and or Air Squadrons. They provide multi-purpose functions in regards to communication, coordination of the units, and act as primary recruiting hubs. Furthermore the sizes of the CFBs tend to be much higher, and can act as civilian evacuation zones during times of emergency.

  • Standard Issue Design

  • Capability to house 2-3 MBG size units at any time, plus equipment, and naval/airforce personnel.

  • They all come equipped with the current equipment in use at the current Pier systems, CFB Suffield

  • All CFB locations will be connected into the Commonwealth Quantum Network (come it’s completion)

  • All CFB locations will be outfitted with Commonwealth Quantum radars (come it’s completion)

  • All CFB locations will have multiple runways, below ground aircraft storage facilities, and much more. When applicable it will also have dockyards to store portions of a naval fleet.

  • They are also all provided with contamination zones under the Import Kiwi/Alien Programs (Remains classified).

  • Commonwealth Forces Stations (CFS): A CFS is the fourth and final level of military location. It’s primary function varies based on the type of CFS. However all CFS come with certain aspects of standard issue design. The following are the types of CFS and standard issue design components.

  • Commonwealth Forces Station Secondary Base (CFS-SB): Are the final step of CFS locations and are the least numerous. CFS-SB are designed to be secondary military bases, and each has a 1 or more runways, naval dockyards (when applicable), and can temporarily house 1 full sized MBG for a period of 1 year during war times. Furthermore these locations also act as secondary recruiting stations and often times are used as secondary facilities for an MBG. Consider them active military bases but on a smaller scale.

  • Commonwealth Forces Station Outpost (CFS-O): are the next step down as it comes to CFS and are relatively numerous. CFS-O are designed to be logistical stopping points along the major transit routes of Canada, with enough supplies, fuel, and equipment to ensure MBGs can travel across Canada in any direction rapidly. They generally are manned by 12-24 people max as personnel required to utilize more serious equipment would be present with the arrival of the MBG.

  • Commonwealth Forces Station Lookout (CFS-L): are the smallest of the CFS and also the most numerous. They along with the standard design components, can only house between 1-12 people, and are primarily used and serviced by Canadian Rangers. They are primarily designed as look-out points, and have enough supplies to sustain 12 people for a 2 year period without any additions to stocks.

  • CFS (ALL) Standard Issue Design

  • They all come equipped with the current equipment in use at the current Pier systems, CFB Suffield

  • All CFS locations will be connected into the Commonwealth Quantum Network (come it’s completion)

  • All CFS locations will be outfitted with Commonwealth Quantum radars (come it’s completion)

  • Applicable CFS locations will have multiple runways, below ground aircraft storage facilities, and much more. When applicable it will also have dockyards to store portions of a naval fleet.

It should be noted that some locations such as CFB Suffield hold special additions for one reason or another.


Commonwealth Forces Locations Continued

The following is a list of all Commonwealth Forces Locations divided based on the UCR Regional Commands,

For note, the hierarchy goes as such, UCR Ministry of Defense > UCR Regional Commands/Commonwealth Commands > CFRHs > CFB/CFS (all types)

Also note that an asterisk denotes a classified base (secret).

CFRH Location UCR Regional Command Commonwealth Region
CFRH Vancouver Vancouver, Canada Greater America (Red) Pacific Canada
CFRH Whitehorse Whitehorse, Canada Greater America (Red) Pacific Canada
CFRH Edmonton Edmonton, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Prairies
CFRH Saskatoon Saskatoon, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Prairies
CFRH Winnipeg Winnipeg, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Prairies
CFRH Yellowknife Yellowknife, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Arctic
CFRH Ottawa Ottawa, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Shield
CFRH Quebec-City Quebec-City, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Shield
CFRH Halifax Halifax, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Maritimes
CFRH Montague Montague, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Maritimes
CFRH Saint John’s Saint John’s, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Maritimes
CFRH Fredericton Fredericton, Canada Greater America (Red) Canadian Maritimes
CFRH Recife Recife, Brazil Greater America (Red) Amazonas
CFRH Belize Ladyville, Belize Greater America (Red) Centroamérica
CFRH Anguilla The Valley, Anguilla Greater America (Red) Centroamérica
CFRH Bermuda Hamilton, Bermuda Greater America (Red) Atlantic America
CFRH London London, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The British Isles
CFRH Liverpool Liverpool, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The British Isles
CFRH Edinburgh Edinburgh, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The British Isles
CFRH Swansea Swansea, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The British Isles
CFRH Plymouth Plymouth, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The British Isles
CFRH Belfast Belfast, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The British Isles
CFRH Gibraltar Gibraltar, United Kingdoms Europe (Grey) The Mediterranean
CFRH Cyprus Akrotiri, Cyprus Europe (Grey) The Mediterranean
CFRH Jufair Mina Salman, Bahrain Greater Asia (Yellow) Arabia
CFRH Duqm Duqm, Oman Greater Asia (Yellow) Arabia
CFRH Kenya Nyati Barracks (Nanyuki), Kenya Africa (Purple) East Africa
CFRH Imam Sapie Imam Sapie, Philippines Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Far East
CFRH Seria Seria, Brunei Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Far East
CFRH Butterworth Penang, Malaysia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Far East
CFRH Canberra Canberra, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFRH Perth Perth, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFRH Sydney Sydney, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFRH Melbourne Melbourne, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFRH Brisbane Brisbane, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFRH Darwin Darwin, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFRH Adelaide Adelaide, Australia Oceania-Pacific (Orange) Oceania
CFB Locations Location CFRH & UCR Regional Command Commonwealth Region
CFB Comox Comox, Canada CFRH Vancouver Pacific Canada
CFB Chilliwack Chilliwack, Canada CFRH Vancouver Pacific Canada
CFB Kelowna Kelowna, Canada CFRH Vancouver Pacific Canada
CFB Esquimalt Esquimalt, Canada CFRH Vancouver Pacific Canada
CFB Suffield Suffield, Canada CFRH Edmonton Canadian Prairies
CFB Wainwright Wainright, Canada CFRH Edmonton Canadian Prairies
CFB Lethbridge Lethbridge, Canada CFRH Edmonton Canadian Prairies
CFB Cold Lake Cold Lake, Canada CFRH Edmonton Canadian Prairies
CFB Calgary Calgary, Canada CFRH Edmonton Canadian Prairies
CFB Moose Jaw Moose Jaw, Canada CFRH Saskatoon Canadian Prairies
CFB Regina Regina, Canada CFRH Saskatoon Canadian Prairies
CFB Shilo Shilo, Canada CFRH Winnipeg Canadian Prairies
CFB Enterprise Enterprise, Canada CFRH Yellowknife Canadian Arctic
CFB Borden Borden, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Centralia Centralia, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Kingston Kingston, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB London London, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Petawawa Petawawa, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Trenton Trenton, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Thunder Bay Thunder Bay, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Cambridge Cambridge, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Smith’s Falls Smith’s Falls, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Sudbary Sudbury, Canada CFRH Ottawa Canadian Shield
CFB Montreal Montreal, Canada CFRH Quebec-City Canadian Shield
CFB Valcartier Valcartier, Canada CFRH Quebec-City Canadian Shield
CFB Sherbrooke Sherbrooke, Canada CFRH Quebec-City Canadian Shield
CFB Trois-Rivieres Trois-Rivieres, Canada CFRH Quebec-City Canadian Shield
CFB Chatham Chatham, Canada CFRH Fredericton Canadian Maritimes
CFB Gagetown Gagetown, Canada CFRH Fredericton Canadian Maritimes
CFB Gander Gander, Canada CFRH Saint John’s Canadian Maritimes
CFB Goosebay Goosebay, Canada CFRH Saint John’s Canadian Maritimes
CFB Greenwood Greenwood, Canada CFRH Halifax Canadian Maritimes
CFB Shearwater Shearwater, Canada CFRH Halifax Canadian Maritimes
CFB Cape Breton Cape Breton, Canada CFRH Halifax Canadian Maritimes
CFB Recife Recife, Brazil CFRH Recife Amazonas
CFB Waimiri-Atroari* Waimir-Atroari, Brazil CFRH Recife Amazonas
CFB Rosignol Rosignol, Guyana CFRH Recife Amazonas
CFB Ladyville Ladyville, Belize CFRH Belize Centroamérica
CFB The Valley The Valley, Anguilla CFRH Anguilla Centroamérica
CFB Cayman Georgetown, Cayman Islands CFRH Anguilla Centroamérica
CFB Little Bay Little Bay, Montserrat CFRH Anguilla Centroamérica
CFB Hamilton Hamilton, Bermuda CFRH Bermuda Atlantic America
CFB Falkland Stanley, Falkland Islands CFRH Bermuda Atlantic America
CFB Ascension Ascension, Ascension Island CFRH Bermuda Atlantic America
CFB Tidworth Tidworth, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Colchester Colchester, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Bulford Bulford, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Aldershot Aldershot, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Canterbury Canterbury, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Norwich Norwich, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Brighton Brighton, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Portsmouth Portsmouth, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Reading Reading, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Swindon Swindon, United Kingdoms CFRH London British Isles
CFB Plymouth Plymouth, United Kingdoms CFRH Plymouth British Isles
CFB Exeter Exeter, United Kingdoms CFRH Plymouth British Isles
CFB Swansea Swansea, United Kingdoms CFRH Swansea British Isles
CFB Bristol Bristol, United Kingdoms CFRH Swansea British Isles
CFB Catterick Catterick, United Kingdoms CFRH Liverpool British Isles
CFB Blackpool Blackpool, United Kingdoms CFRH Liverpool British Isles
CFB Sheffield Sheffield, United Kingdoms CFRH Liverpool British Isles
CFB Leeds Leeds, United Kingdoms CFRH Liverpool British Isles
CFB Edinburgh Edinburgh, United Kingdoms CFRH Edinburgh British Isles
CFB Glasgow Glasgow, United Kingdoms CFRH Edinburgh British Isles
CFB Newcastle Newcastle, United Kingdoms CFRH Edinburgh British Isles
CFB Bardufoss Bardufoss, Norway CFRH Edinburgh European Arctic
CFB Belfast Belfast, United Kingdoms CFRH Belfast British Isles
CFB Bangor Bangor, United Kingdoms CFRH Belfast British Isles
CFB Gibraltar Gibraltar, United Kingdoms CFRH Gibraltar The Mediterranean
CFB Akrotiri Akrotiri, Cyprus CFRH Akrotiri The Mediterranean
CFB Dhekelia Dhekelia, Cyprus CFRH Akrotiri The Mediterranean
CFB Mina Salman Mina Salman, Bahrain CFRH Jufair Arabia
CFB Al Udeid Doha, Qatar CFRH Jufair Arabia
CFB Duqm Duqm, Oman CFRH Duqm Arabia
CFB Al Minhad Dubai, United Arab Emirates CFRH Duqm Arabia
CFB Nyati Nyati Brracks (Nanyuki), Kenya CFRH Kenya East Africa
CFB Imam Sapie Imam Sapie, Philippines CFRH Imam Sapie Far East
CFB Seria Seria, Brunei CFRH Seria Far East
CFB Penang Penang, Malaysia CFRH Butterworth Far East
CFB Diego Garcia Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territories CFRH Penang Far East
CFB Nepal Pokhara, Nepal CFRH Penang Far East
CFB Singapore Sembawang, Singapore CFRH Penang Far East
CFB Canberra Canberra, Australia CFRH Canberra Oceania
CFB Perth Perth, Australia CFRH Perth Oceania
CFB Sydney Sydney, Australia CFRH Sydney Oceania
CFB Melbourne Melbourne, Australia CFRH Melbourne Oceania
CFB Brisbane Brisbane, Australia CFRH Brisbane Oceania
CFB Darwin Darwin, Australia CFRH Darwin Oceania
CFB Adelaide Adelaide, Australia CFRH Adelaide Oceania

(All CFS Locations are secret, locations unknown)

CFS Locations Location Commonwealth Region
CFS White Rock White Rock, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Abbotsford Abbotsford, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Aldergrove Aldergrove, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Delta Delta, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Kamloops Kamloops, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Winter Harbor Winter Harbor, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Tofino Tofino, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Prince George Prince George, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Prince Rupert Prince Rupert, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Cassiar Cassiar, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Fort Nelson Fort Nelson, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Faro Faro, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Eagle Plains Eagle Plains, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Dawson City Dawson City, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Prince Patrick Prince Patrick, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Ulukhaktok Ulukhaktok, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Sachs Harbor Sachs Harbor, Canada Pacific Canada
CFS Grande Prairie Grande Prairie, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Athabasca Athabasca, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Red Deer Red Deer, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Canmore Canmore, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Fort Mcmurray Fort Mcmurray, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS North Star North Star, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Fifth Meridian Fifth Meridian, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Swift Current Swift Current, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Prince Albert Prince Albert, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Yorkton Yorkton, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Estevan Estevan, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Val Marie Val Marie, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Battleford Battleford, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Uranium City Uranium City, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Morris Morris, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Dauphin Dauphin, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Churchill Churchill, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Thompson Thompson, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Lac Brochet Lac Brochet, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Brabant Lake Brabant Lake, Canada Canadian Prairies
CFS Reindeer Station Reindeer Station, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Tulita Tulita, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Kugluktuk Kugluktuk, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Fort Simpson Fort Simpson, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Sawmill Bay Sawmill Bay, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Lutselk’e Lutselk’e, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Isachsen Isachsen, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Alert Alert, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Eureka Eureka, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Cambridge Bay Cambridge Bay, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Rankin Inlet Rankin Inlet, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Resolute Resolute, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Grise Fiord Grise Fiord, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Kugaaruk Kugaaruk, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Gjoa Heaven Gjoa Heaven, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Baker Lake Baker Lake, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Pond Inlet Pond Inlet, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Cape Dorset Cape Dorest, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Kivitoo Kivitoo, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Fort Ross Fort Ross, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Polaris Polaris, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Bathurst Inlet Bathurst Inlet, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Stefansson Island Stefansson Island, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Prince Patrick Prince Patrick, Canada Canadian Arctic
CFS Kenora Kenora, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Caliper Caliper, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Mine Centre Mine Centre, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Fort Severn Fort Severn, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Upsala Upsala, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Kingfisher Lake Kingfisher Lake, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Marathon Marathon, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Searchmont Searchmont, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Fort Albany Fort Albany, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Timmins Timmins, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Tobermory Tobermory, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Chatham-Kent Chatham-Kent, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Kincardine Kincardine, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Oshawa Oshawa, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Salluit Salluit, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Killiniq Killiniq, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Inukjuak Inukjuak, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Saguenay Saguenay, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Fort Mackenzie Fort Mackenzie, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Sept-Iles Sept-Iles, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Anticosti Anticosti, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Mont-Joli Mont-Joli, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Sakami Sakami, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Saint-Georges Saint-Georges, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Alexandria Alexandria, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Windsor Windsor, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Highland-Glen Highland-Glen, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Hamilton Hamilton, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Bancroft Bancroft, Canada Canadian Shield
CFS Nutak Nutak, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Hopedale Hopedale, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS St. Anthony St. Anthony, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Joe Batt’s Army Joe Batt’s Army, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Cape Ray Cape Ray, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Lamaline Lamaline, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Sydney Sydney, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Sherbrooke Sherbrooke, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Yarmouth Yarmouth, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Kensington Kensington, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Moncton Moncton, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS New River Beach New River Beach, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Woodstock Woodstock, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Degelis Degelis, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Carleton Carleton, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Cartwright Cartwright, Canada Canadian Maritimes
CFS Labrador City Labrador City, Canada Canadian Maritimes

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