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List of units of the Canadian Army

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of units of the Canadian Army as of 2014.

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North Korea vs the United States The defense budget of North Korea is estimated to be $10 billion (or 15.8% of their GDP). The American defense budget is $664 billion (or 2.4% of their GDP). North Korea’s total population is 24.7 million people with a total of 10 million who are fit for service. 690,000 are active frontline personnel and 4.5 million are active reserve personnel. This means that 21% of the whole country can be activated to fight at any time.  The United States has a population of 316 million people with 120 million fit for service. It has 1.4 million people who are active frontline personnel and 850,000 who are active reserve personnel. This means US manpower is twice as large as North Korea’s manpower. But if both sides activated their reserves, North Korea’s manpower would be approximately 2.5 times bigger than that of the United States.  When it comes to tanks, the countries are very closely matched: North Korea has 6,600 tanks, while the United States has 8,300 tanks. But when it comes to AFVs, the United States outnumbers North Korea 10:1. Other land units that armies employ are Self-Propelled Guns, Towed-Artillery, and Multiple-Launch Rocket Systems When it comes to air power, North Korea is no match for the United States, with its 940 aircrafts compared to the US’s 13,700 aircrafts. The most popular American air fighter is the United States developed F-16 Fighting Falcon. North Korea’s most popular air fighter is the Russian developed MiG-29 Fishbed. When it comes to Naval Power, North Korea outnumbers the United States by 2:1; however, its fighting power is inferior to that of the US’s. If it came to nuclear warfare, North Korea is rumored to have enough plutonium to produce 4-8 nuclear warheads. At the same time, the United States has 5,100 warheads on standby. But even if North Korea was able to launch a warhead, it is believed that North Korea’s missiles are not able to reach the United States.  We cannot forget that almost every single tank, aircraft, or naval unit needs fuel to operate. North Korea currently consumes 15,000 barrels of oil a day, but it only produces 150 barrels daily. Not to mention that North Korea has no oil in reserves. On the other hand, the United States consumes 19 million barrels of oil a day, but it only produces 8.5 million barrels daily. That said, it has 20 billion barrels of oil in reserves.  But war isn’t only waged physically anymore. North Korea is estimated to have a hacker force of 1,800 hackers. It is not known how many hackers the United States employs but it is believed that the US is investing heavily in cyber warfare. If you like this video, please click like and subscribe to our channel for a weekly infographic.


Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

Regular Force

  1. Royal Canadian Dragoons
  2. Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians)
  3. 12e Régiment blindé du Canada

Reserve Force (Primary Reserve)

  1. The Governor General's Horse Guards
  2. The Halifax Rifles (RCAC)
  3. 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's)
  4. The Ontario Regiment (RCAC)
  5. The Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment) (RCAC)
  6. Sherbrooke Hussars
  7. 12e Régiment blindé du Canada (Militia)
  8. 1st Hussars
  9. The Prince Edward Island Regiment (RCAC)
  10. The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal)
  11. The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own)
  12. The South Alberta Light Horse
  13. The Saskatchewan Dragoons
  14. The King's Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC)
  15. The British Columbia Dragoons
  16. The Fort Garry Horse
  17. Le Régiment de Hull (RCAC)
  18. The Windsor Regiment (RCAC)

Royal Canadian Infantry Corps

Regular Force

Note: each regular force regiment retains a parachute company.

  1. The Royal Canadian Regiment
  2. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
    • 1st Battalion (mechanized infantry)
    • 2nd Battalion (mechanized infantry)
    • 3rd Battalion (light infantry)
  3. Royal 22e Régiment
    • 1st Battalion (mechanized infantry)
    • 2nd Battalion (mechanized infantry)
    • 3rd Battalion (light infantry)

Reserve Force (Primary Reserve)

  1. Governor General's Foot Guards
  2. The Canadian Grenadier Guards
  3. The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
  4. The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada
  5. Les Voltigeurs de Québec
  6. The Royal Regiment of Canada
  7. The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment)
  8. The Princess of Wales' Own Regiment
  9. The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment
  10. The Lincoln and Welland Regiment
  11. The Royal Canadian Regiment
    • 4th Battalion
  12. The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada
  13. The Grey and Simcoe Foresters
  14. The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)
  15. The Brockville Rifles
  16. Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders
  17. Les Fusiliers du St-Laurent
  18. Le Régiment de la Chaudière
  19. Royal 22e Régiment
    • 4th Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Châteauguay)
    • 6th Battalion
  20. Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal
  21. The Princess Louise Fusiliers
  22. The Royal New Brunswick Regiment
  23. The West Nova Scotia Regiment
  24. The Nova Scotia Highlanders
  25. The North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment
  26. Le Régiment de Maisonneuve
  27. The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (Duke of Edinburgh's Own)
  28. The Royal Winnipeg Rifles
  29. The Essex and Kent Scottish
  30. 48th Highlanders of Canada
  31. Le Régiment du Saguenay
  32. The Cape Breton Highlanders
  33. The Algonquin Regiment
  34. The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada (Princess Louise's)
  35. The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment
  36. The North Saskatchewan Regiment
  37. The Royal Regina Rifles
  38. The Rocky Mountain Rangers
  39. The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (4th Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry)
  40. The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada
  41. The Royal Westminster Regiment
  42. The Calgary Highlanders
  43. Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke
  44. The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada
  45. The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's)
  46. The Royal Montreal Regiment
  47. Irish Regiment of Canada
  48. The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother's Own)
  49. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment
    • 1st Battalion
    • 2nd Battalion

Royal Canadian Engineers

Regular Force

Reserve Force (Primary Reserve)

Independent squadrons
  • 45 Engineer Squadron
  • 56 Engineer Squadron
  • 20 Engineer Squadron

Royal Canadian Artillery

Regular Force

Reserve Force (Primary Reserve)

Independent batteries

Royal Canadian Medical Service

In 2004 the Canadian Forces Medical Service (CFMS) of the Canadian Forces underwent a reorganization. The army reserve units, which had formerly been titled medical companies (Med Coy), were renamed field ambulances (Fd Amb) to match the titles of the regular units. They had been designated as Field Ambulances previously, between 1906 and 1954. In addition, all regular and reserve army units were removed from the brigades and placed in a new formation under the Canadian Forces Health Services Group, which is not part of the army:

Regular Force

  • 1 Field Ambulance, Edmonton
  • 2 Field Ambulance, Petawawa
  • 5 Field Ambulance, Valcartier
  • 1 Canadian Field Hospital, Petawawa

Reserve Force (Primary Reserve)

Service Battalions

Regular Force

Reserve Force

Military police units

In 2006, the decision was taken to create area-wide military police units within the Land Force. These units comprise all Regular and Reserve Force army military police within each Land Force Area.

Royal Canadian Corps of Signals

Regular Force

Intelligence Branch

Regular Force

  • Canadian Army Intelligence Regiment (CA Int Regt), Kingston, Edmonton, Petawawa, Ottawa and Valcartier

Reserve Force (Primary Reserve)


External links

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