[CONFLICT] Reinforcing Guyana
While we had hoped that the Portuguese-led peace talks would prove productive, the URSA representatives had refused our only two demands, and have further lost our trust, lying about the location of nearby military bases, in our attempt to ease the concern of Guyanese Canadians.
We had hoped to ease the fears that an invasion of Guyana could take place by encouraging URSA to remove it's military Boa Vista Air Force base, a base only 50 kilometres away from the Guyanese border, but instead the URSA representatives denied the existence of this base and refused to cooperate.
Unfortunately, this plays our hand. The Canadian Forces will be once again starting up non-permanent rotations of forces to CFB Georgetown, the main CF base in Guyana, to reassure Canadians that we will not tolerate any sort of military act against our nation.
To ensure the security of Guyana, the 3rd Infantry Division will be deployed to Guyana, for a period of one year. (October 2035-September 2036). Once their deployment is over, they will be replaced by the 1st Infantry Division, also on deployment for one year (October 2036-September 2037). The 1st Infantry Division will be reinforced with several other Canadian Forces units, including elements of the 4th Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, the Royal Canadian Air Force, the 48th (Reserve) Infantry Brigade, and CANSOFCOM.
|3rd Division Headquarters & Signal Squadron||HQ and Signals||800||48 x Kodiak HYTUS|
|Royal Canadian Regiment||Mechanized Infantry||4000||256 x M1220 Infantry Carrier Vehicle, 36 x M1221 Reconnaissance Vehicle, 36 x M1224 Commander's Vehicle, 36 x M1226 Medical Evacuation Vehicle|
|2nd Brigade, Canadian Grenadier Guards||Mechanized Infantry||4000||256 x M1220 Infantry Carrier Vehicle, 36 x M1221 Reconnaissance Vehicle, 36 x M1224 Commander's Vehicle, 36 x M1226 Medical Evacuation Vehicle|
|The Maple Leaf Regiment||Light Infantry||4000||128 x M1220 Infantry Carrier Vehicle, 36 x M1221 Reconnaissance Vehicle, 18 x M1224 Commander's Vehicle, 36 x M1226 Medical Evacuation Vehicle, 240 x Kodiak HYTUS|
|48th Infantry Brigade||Light Infantry (full Brigade, includes other units)||5500||20 x Leopard 2A4M, 75 x LAV 6, 240 x G-Wagon, 12 x M101|
|Royal Canadian Dragoons||Armoured||800||80 x M27, 64 x M1222 Mobile Gun System, 40 x M1221 Reconnaissance Vehicle, 16 x M1224 Commander's Vehicle|
|3rd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery||Artillery||800||72 x M777, 36 x M1223 Mortar Carrier, 24 x MIM-104 Patriot, 6 x SAMP/T-2, 66 x Kodiak HYTUS|
|Anti-Air Detachment, 4th Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery||Artillery||400||24 x MIM-104 Patriot, 6 x SAMP/T-2, 36 x Kodiak HYTUS|
|3 Combat Engineer Regiment||Combat Engineers||1200||48 x M1225 Engineering Squad Vehicles, 12 M271 x Armoured bridge laying vehicle, 8 x M272 Armoured recovery vehicle, 8 x M273 Assault breacher vehicle, 120 Kodiak HYTUS|
|3 Service Brigade||Combat Service and Support||4000||400 x Kodiak HYTUS|
|43 Helicopter Wing||Helicopter Support||2000||72 x UH-27, 48 x AH-27, 24 x CH-27, 24 x OH-27|
|433 "Porcupines" Tactical Fighter Squadron||Multirole Fighter Squadron||400||24 x F-35A Block 4.4|
|441 "Lynx" Tactical Fighter Squadron||Multirole Fighter Squadron||400||24 x F-35A Block 4.4|
|431 "Iroquois" Fighter Squadron||Air Superiority Fighter Squadron||400||24 x CF-200 Canuck II|
|2nd Battalion, Canadian Special Operations Regiment||Special Operations||900||Classified|
|M1222 Mobile Gun System||Wheeled Light Tank||64|
|M1220 Infantry Carrier Vehicle||IFV||640|
|M1221 Reconnaissance Vehicle||IFV||148|
|M1224 Commander's Vehicle||APC||106|
|M1226 Medical Evacuation Vehicle||APC||108|
|M1223 Mortar Carrier||APC||36|
|M1225 Engineering Squad Vehicle||APC||48|
|Kodiak HYTUS||Utility Vehicle||874|
|Various Armoured Engineering Vehicles||Engineering||28|
|CH-27||Heavy Lift Helicopter||24|
|F-35A Block 4.4||Multirole Fighter||48|
|CF-200 Canuck II||Air Superiority Fighter||24|
This equipment will be transported to Guyana by HMCS Queenston and HMCS Lacolle Mills (Queenston-class auxiliary vessels), 12 CC-55 aircraft, and 24 CC-400 aircraft.
In addition, both the 5th Airborne Division and 7th (Reserve) Canadian Division have been placed on high alert, ready to respond to any sort of threat in Guyana or the Caribbean. Two Ontario-class destroyers will also be near Guyana for the threat of missile attack.