Discussion in 'Postwar' started by Owen, Sep 25, 2018.
An effective fighting force or just a place to go camp ?
At least they don't appear to let women in Owen dear
Oh yes they do.
Their uniforms aren't as tight as the chaps.
Dont think I would like to go and camp in some of the places they have been
Spanish Legion - Wikipedia
In recent years, the Spanish Legion was involved in Bosnia as part of the SFOR. It also took part in the Iraq War, deploying in Najaf alongside Salvadoran troops, until the new Spanish government of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero fulfilled its electoral promises by withdrawing Spanish troops from Iraq. The legion units deployed in Iraq were involved in several operations against the insurgency. In 2005, the legion was deployed in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led International Stabilisation Force (ISAF). In 2006, the 10th Bandera was sent to Southern Lebanon as part of United Nations' Operation UNIFIL.
That would be at least one positive..... What search string did you use to find these posts.
TD, you can be so straight (?) sometimes!
How about 'G' string - or is that too straight
nothing wrong with camp, me at a military talk evening a few years ago
Ever heard of Tom of Finland?
I'm sure you have...
I looked the Legion up on Twatter.
Celebrated 98 years a few days ago, but there is a lot of camp hilarity on there too.
Franco with the Legion'' founder:
'The Bridegroom's of Death.'
Bit of a recent kerfuffle about neo-Nazism & suspect tattoos.
Is it 'Spanish Foreign Legion'
Or just 'Spanish Legion'
you cant whack this lot though
I live in a small village see dibach
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