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Joint Warfare Centre at Institution of the Disabled persons

On September 12th, 2012, the Foreign Legion welcomed within the Institution of the disabled persons of the Legion to Puyloubier, a delegation of Joint Warfare Centre based in Norway

A delegation consisted of 75 generals, superior officers and staff civil of the NATO from various nationalities came to discover "men's system" of the Foreign Legion. The recruitment to the Legion, the human resource and its diversity as well as the human experience acquired in this domain, such were the subjects approached by general Christophe de Saint-Chamas, commander of the foreign legion, with his distinguished guests. 

An original display of the Legion was thus organized with legionaries' panel stemming from all the regiments of metropolis. They come with their individual equipments in subsidy, they presented their careers and their operational experiences. The questions and the exchanges were not lacking during this day between members of the NATO and present legionaries.

And to enclose this rich visit in learnings for all the participants, the ALAT (FRENCH ARMY LIGHT AVIATION), as another distinguished guest, exposed on the site a helicopter Tiger with its crew which moreover attracted the curiosity of the former of Puyloubier which closely were able to admire this fabulous "feline".

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