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French Foreign Legion

French Foreign Legion

Formed in 1831 as an army of failed revolutionaries, refugees and troublemakers who the King figured he might as well put to use, the FFL become an elite, yet disposable force of foreign mercenaries who have fought for France in nine wars over 200 years. Assigned the worst and most dangerous missions the French won't risk their army on, they are the real "Expendables."

Region: France
Weapons: BAR, 1936 MAS rifle, and Camillus knife - KBAR knife.
Reign: Circa 1942
Key Battles: In 1863 at the Battle of Camarón, 62 Legion soldiers and 3 officers held off thousands of Mexican soldiers in an all-night battle, ending with the Legionnaires charging with their bayonets. When the fight was over only three Legion soldiers survived and because of their bravery, the Mexican commander let them return home with the body of their commander.