The Canadian Commonwealth is a faction controlled by TimberWolf in the Grand Campaign, starting with Season 4.


The seeds for the formation of the Commonwealth began shortly after Armex subjugated Britain and Ireland, and the Voltor took over Australia and New Zealand. When Queen Catherine's plane was shot down over the Atlantic, Canada realized the danger the remaining Royal Family, King William, his son's Princes Andrew and Edward, and daughter Princess Grace, were in. Immediately, a crack unit of Joint Task Force 2 agents was assembled, and secretly landed at Land's End, Cornwall. With the help of the remaining Royal Guard still loyal to the Crown and the last remaining Irish Republican Army cell in London, as well as a diversionary attack on an Armex base South of London by the mercenary Francis Kennedy Richardson, they managed to rescue the entire Royal Family along with all surviving members of the Royal Guard, IRA cell, and the JTF2 unit, and get them back to Canada safe and sound.

With most of the world plunged into bloody warfare, and most of the British Commonwealth member states destroyed or under extraterrestrial ownership, the Canadian government met with diplomats from South Africa, the Falkland Islands, and Malta, as well as governments in exile for Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. Through months of deliberation, during which the Maltese government withdrew due to mounting financial pressures trying to deal with rising waters in the Mediteranean, these Commonwealth members hammered out a series of reforms, first moving the center of Commonwealth power to Ottawa temporarily, with plans to eventually spread it across all member states. Several goals were decided on, among the top the liberation of Britain, New Zealand, Australia, and Ireland, and immediate aid to Malta to help deal with the rising waters. The military also began a reform, slowly beginning to acquire a uniformity in equipment, vehicles, and weapons. By 2041, all Commonwealth members wear the same uniforms, use the same ships and transport planes, and have the same rank structure. Infantry-level weapons and special forces units are still unique, but many see that as a good thing.

With the recent invasion of Australia, the Australian government in exile has formed a new country, Free Australia, and quickly retained membership in the Commonwealth. With a new totalitarian Earth Federation now in control of Britain and Ireland, the situation may soon heat up into all-out war.

Member StatesEdit

Original Three -Edit


South Africa

Falkland Islands

The Exiled -Edit



New Zealand


Open Invitations -Edit

United States of America


Notable PeopleEdit

King William V - Sovereign of the Commonwealth

Crown Prince Andrew - Eldest son of the King. Leads the Regular Forces arm of the Royal Guard, The Crown's Own Commonwealth Lancers. Gifted with the first operational "lightsaber".

Honourary General Briano Barillaro, VC, CC - Creater and leader of The Liberators, despite having lived outside of the country for years, Briano still retains his Canadian citizenship, and has also qualified for a Commonwealth citizenship. His outstanding contributions at home and abroad have earned him some of the highest honours Canada has to offer (of course, he's never come home to claim them), and has also given him the appointment of Governor General of Canada... If he ever comes home.

Warrant Officer Kotek Alrane - A Lyvek who was the subject of many experiments before escaping and eventually crash landing on Earth. The experiments allow him to subside on more normal foods, although he still requires massive amounts of it to stay healthy. Commands his own multinational platoon of soldiers, with the freedom to go wherever they want whenever they want, and uses a belt-fed .50 caliber Browning machine gun, with the ammo drum strapped to his back.

Military StructureEdit

Brigade - 10+ Regiments + Brigade Commanding Officer (Major General)

Squad - 5 soldiers (Squad Commander (Master Corporal), Rifleman, Machine-Gunner, Marksman, Anti-Tank)
+ Buffalo (Sergeant, Corporals and Privates x4)
Platoon - 3 Squads + Platoon Commander (Warrant Officer) and Platoon 2IC (Sergeant)
Company - 4 Platoons + Company Commanding Officer (Captain) and Company Sergeant Major
Battalion - 5 Companies + Battalion Commanding Officer (Major) + Battalion Sergeant Major
Corps - 3 Battalions + Corps Commanding Officer (Colonel)
Regiment - 3 Corps + Regimental Commanding Officer (Brigadier General) + Regimental Sergeant Major

Squad - 3 MBT's (Sergeant, Corporals and Troopers x4)
Platoon - 3 squads + Platoon Commander (Warrant)
Company - 5 Platoons + Company Commanding Officer (Captain)
Battalion - 5 Companies + Battalion Commanding Officer (Majorl)
Corps - 3 Battalions + Corps Commanding Officer (Colonel)

Regiment - 3 Corps + Regimental Commanding Officer (Brigadier General)

Squad - 3 guns (Master Bombadier, Bombadiers and Gunners)
Platoon - 3 Squads + Platoon Commander (Warrant Officer) and Platoon 2IC (Sergeant)
Company - 4 Platoons + Company Commanding Officer (Captain) and Company Sergeant Major
Battery - 5 Companies + Battalion Commanding Officer (Major) + Battery Sergeant Major
Corps - 3 Battalions + Corps Commanding Officer (Colonel)
Regiment - 3 Corps + Regimental Commanding Officer (Brigadier General) + Regimental Sergeant Major

Light Convoy - >5 vehicles (Sergeant, Master Corporals, Corporals and Privates)
Medium Convoy - 5-10 vehicles (Warrant Officer)
Heavy Convoy - 11-50 vehicles (Second Lieutenant)
Super Convoy - 51-100 vehicles (Lieutenant)
Combat Convoy - 100+ vehicles (Lieutenant Colonel)
Convoy Brigade - All vehicles (Lieutenant General)

Air (Fighters, Bombers, Helicoptors):
Wing - 2 aircraft (Airmen/women)
Flight - 3 aircraft (reserved for special units only, ranks vary)
Squadron - 5 aircraft (Leading Airman/woman or Flight Sergeant, Airmen/women)
Group - 3 Squadrons (Flying Officer)
Division - 5 Groups (Marshal)

Squadron - 5 vessels (Commodore)
Group - 5 Squadrons + Carrier (Rear Admiral)
Fleet - 20 Groups (Vice Admiral)



10 Fleets:
North Atlantic
South Atlantic
North Pacific
South Pacific
Indian (x2)
Great Lakes (note: No Carriers)
Space (80 Phoenix -Class Corvettes)


1,000 Infantry Regiments + Kotek's Platoon
500 Armoured Regiments
500 Artillery Regiments
250 CH-150 Red Tail Divisions

Air Force:
500 CF-35 Lightning II Divisions + 2 Flights
100 CF-18 Hornet Divisions + 3 Flights
250 CB-8B Arctic Wolf Divisions
250 Transport Divisions (CT-130 Hercules and CT-17 Globemaster III)
500 CH-147 Chinook Divisions
10 CH-148 Cyclone Divisions (Canadian Rangers)

South AfricaEdit

500 Infantry Regiments
250 Armoured Regiments
300 Artillery Regiments
150 CH-150 Red Tail Divisions

Air Force:
250 CF-35 Lightning II Divisions
200 CF-18 Hornet Divisions
100 CB-8B Arctic Wolf Divisions
150 Transport Divisions
150 CH-147 Chinook Divisions

Falkland IslandsEdit

150 Infantry Regiments
50 Armoured Regiments
100 Artillery Regiments
50 CH-150 Divisions

Air Force:
100 CF-35 Divisions
10 CB-8B Divisions
20 Transport Divisions
100 CH-147 Divisions

New ZealandEdit

200 Infantry Regiments
100 Armoured Regiments
100 Artillery Regiments
50 CH-150 Divisions

Air Force:
150 CF-35 Divisions
20 CB-8B Divisions
50 Transport Divisions
100 CH-147 Divisions


150 Infantry Regiments
150 Armoured Regiments
50 Artillery Regiments
50 CH-150 Divisions

Air Force:
200 CF-35 Divisions
20 CF-18 Divisions
50 CB-8B Divisions
100 Transport Divisions
50 CH-147 Divisions

Special ForcesEdit


Special Forces units in the Commonwealth have a wholely unique structure. Although they are still organized on paper in specific units, in practice Special Forces personnel are allowed to be almost completely autonomous. Individual troops have the option to act alone or in groups, and are trained in all forms, both regular and unorthodox, of combat, and are meant to be masters of all weapons, vehicles, and equipment. Although under the "control" of the Commonwealth Special Operations Command (SCOC), in reality each unit is only given an outline of mission objectives, with the individual units themselves determining how to accomplish their mission. Individual units are allowed to choose their own unique weapons and equipment, giving them the ability to blend in with any other unit, or stick out like a sore thumb.


Joint Task Force 2
British Special Air Service
British Special Boat Service
South African Special Forces Brigade
Australian SAS
Australian SBS
New Zealand SAS
New Zealand SBS
Falkland Island Commandos
Irish Republican Army

Partial UnitsEdit

In addition, there are some regular-force units that are trained in some special forces techniques. These units typically use the same equipment as the regular forces, with some slight variations on weaponry.

Crown's Own Commonwealth Lancers
Canadian Rangers
South African Commandos
Austalian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) Saboteurs