Canadian military ponders integrated force with U.S. to respond to hotspots

Devil's Brigade 1st_Special_Service_Force.patchThe Canadian military has been working on a plan to create with the United States a bi-national integrated military force to deploy to hot spots around the world.

The so-called Canada-U.S. Integrated Forces would be the result of an agreement between the two countries under which air, sea, land and special operations forces would be jointly deployed under unified command, outside Canada.


This will give the Lib-Left A Sh&t Hemorrhage!

First Special Service Force Patch – “Devil’s Brigade”

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    It will be hard to top the awesomeness that is this patch, but God speed Canada!

  • Millie_Woods

    Include me out.

    • David

      Women not wanted.

  • Frances

    Don’t know how to link, but there’s an awesome sequence from the movie where the Canadians arrive at the camp – complete with bagpipes.

  • Earthworm Earthworm

    When they sign XL, we’ll talk. When the US quits funding anti pipeline eco warriors in Canada, we’ll talk. Until then, buzz off. The 19 came from Saudi Arabia, Yanks, not Canada. Got it?

    As for “hot spots”….like the Ukraine? Yeah, let’s get into a hot war with the Russians. All their ICBM’s get intercepted over Canada. ISISland, where they bomb from a great height the same folks they armed up to oust Assad, while we import same folks to Scarborough? Sure.

  • Shebel

    Does Obama know about this?

    • Canadian

      He`ll put a stop to this!

  • BillyHW

    So glad the Canadian vagina-media is just making shit up out of nothing to skew the election results. How long before we hear about Stephen Harper’s “hidden agenda” again?

  • Pavelina

    Hey! What a great idea! I bet you a cookie Obama vetoes it.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Sounds like a good deal after Obama’s successor assumes office.

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  • dance…dancetotheradio

    “This will give the Lib-Left A Sh&t Hemorrhage!”
    Lahey would be right proud of that one.

  • Ken

    I say go for it Canada. The US has all the best toys!

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I finally got around to actually looking into this and I THINK I know where Canada is going with this one.
    Canada (for reasons I’ll get into in a minute) wants to develop a credible and effective Special Operations Command and the only two ways to do this are to reinvent the wheel yourselves, over a decade or two, and usually with no insignificant loss of Canadian life along the way, or to learn from a close alley on how to do it.
    Canada’s choices are the U.S., U.K., and the Aussies. And I say there is a fair chance you crazy Canucks will be working with all of them at some point.
    The one that is most conveniently located and has the highest operational tempo (for quick learning), then your only real choice is the Yanks.
    So that explains the American role there.
    Why Canada would want this is most likely for hostage rescue for their own citizens, and so a close relationship with the Americans then makes a whole lot of sense.
    If you want to go to the worst places in the world and get there in a hurry, you could easily forward deploy to an American carrier (assault or Nimitz class) or submarine in the area and then go on from there for the final operation.
    A bunch of “sheep dipped” or uniform sterilized Canadian operators on an American carrier or sub wouldn’t warrant a second glance from anybody and that would do wonders for maintaining operational security.
    That also precludes Canada from having to build and deploy a lot of resources that would only be used for your special operations tasks, so it’s also an affordable solution too, unless you want to go on a carrier and transport aircraft building spree of your own, and I don’t think that’s in the cards.
    In that light, this makes a lot more sense.

  • Blacksmith

    This may work as long as they don’t let one of Obuttboy’s ass kissing politically correct pussified generals be in charge.