Canadian Airmed Forces Forces armées canadiennes
Badge of the Canadian Airmed Forces
Current furm 1 February 1968 – present Service branches Royal Canadian Navy Canadian Airmy Royal Canadian Air Force Heidquarters Naitional Defence Heidquarters, Ottawa, Ontario Wabsteid www .forces .gc .ca Leadership Commander-in-Chief Queen Elizabeth II represented by Govrenor General Julie Payette Meenister of Naitional Defence Meenister Harjit Sajjan Chief of the Defence Staff  General Jonathan Vance  Manpower Militar age 16–60 years auld [N 1] Conscription Nae Available for militar service 8,031,266 males, age 17–49 ,  7,755,550 females, age 17–49 [N 2]  Fit for militar service 6,633,472 males, age 17–49 ,  6,389,669 females, age 17–49 [N 2]  Active personnel 68,250 (31 Mairch 2011)  Reserve personnel 27,000 (Paid Primary) 5,000 (Rangers)  Deployed personnel 2000+  Expenditures Budget C$18.6 billion, (2016–2017)  Percent o GDP 0.97% 1.19% (Disputed)  Industry Domestic suppliers L-3 Communications MAS Bombardier Aerospace CAE Meggitt Training Systems Canada Colt Canada Textron Systems Canada Kongsberg Protech Systems Canada Rheinmetall Defence Canada Irving Shipbuilding Inc. General Dynamics Land Systems Canada Raytheon Canada Limited Seaspan Marine Corporation Thales Canada  Boeing Canada  Relatit airticles History Fenian Raids Wolseley Expedition North-West Rebellion Second Boer War First World War Russian Civil War Second World War Cold War Korean War October Crisis Gulf War Bosnian War Oka Crisis Kosovo War Afghanistan War Iraq War Somali Civil War 2011 Libyan Civil War Operation Serval 2014 military intervention against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Ranks Canadian Airmed Forces ranks and insignia
Canadian Airmed Forces ( CAF; French: Forces armées canadiennes, FAC), or Canadian Forces ( CF) (French: Forces canadiennes, FC), are the unifiit airmed forces of  Canadae as consituted bi Naitional Defence Act, which states: "The Canadian Airmed Forces are the airmed forces o Her Majesty raised bi Canadae an consist o ane Service cried the Canadian Airmed Forces."
↑ Persons 16 years of age, with parental permission, can join the Canadian Airmed Forces.
↑ 2.0 2.1 (2010 est.)