Camerone in the 3°REI in French Guyana. Camerone festivities are normally a mix of physical activities, ceremonies and festivities opened to the public. This year, of course, the public festivities were not opened to the public
Remembrance in the "Carré Légion" of the Kourou cemetery by a very senior Caporal-chef with at least 20 years service in the FFL
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Telling the Camerone story (the text has to be learnt by heart by a Lieutenant).
Of note, the belt buckle with regimental insignia. This is a developing trend in both the Army and Navy in France at the moment even though it's not regulation. This LTN has done the 6-week "éclaireur forêt" jungle course organized by the CEFE (green star with jaguar head) above the US PUC.
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Note the Badge bleu...and the thumbs