On the subject of change, I was thinking of making a separate article for Task Force X, pending whether or not it's an umbrella government agency consisting of the Suicide Squad and Checkmate. I may have heard wrong, so I decided to check. Jedi Wolf 03:07, November 5, 2011 (UTC)

Name changes

Maybe we prefer of changing it with "New Earth" add on, and having a "Suicide Squad" disambiguation page for the different versions of the team and the comics.--Drgyen 03:29, January 31, 2012 (UTC)

On the subect of name changes, I read about the origins of the Squad and noted that there was an Army Rangers team in Secret Origins Vol 2 14 by that same name. I bring this up because I propose a possible (but not certain) name change. Though the unit is also called the Suicide Squadron, so I'm good with either. We can either change this page to II and call the Rangers unit "New Earth" or keep it the way it is and use Squadron (instead of Squad) as the other page's title. Jedi Wolf 07:47, July 6, 2012 (UTC)

I was always under the impression that if the WWII team wasn't a direct predecessor to the modern team, it was at least a spiritual predecessor. I could be wrong though. The army rangers unit you mentioned is really only shown in flashbacks in Secret Origins 14 and Suicide Squad 26 that I know of. There are also the stories in Star-Spangled War Stories but I'm not sure how they fit in because I've never read any of those. I'm not sure how all that affects a possible move. Kyletheobald 14:32, July 6, 2012 (UTC)

I just thought I'd ask in case of a merger after the page is created. If that's true and the Rangers unit wasn't a direct predecessor, then I figure a separate page is good. Jedi Wolf 22:01, July 6, 2012 (UTC)

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