Joint Patrol

On 29 August 2012, French soldiers from the UNIFIL Force Commander Reserve (FCR) infantry company conducted a joint patrol with the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF).

This patrol of an average duration of three hours, allowed to control between 40 and 60 km of an area in the Nepalese battalion zone, near the town of Meiss el Jabal. It aimed to monitor the cessation of hostilities between the Litani River and the Blue Line, in accordance with 1701 Resolution of the Security Council of the United Nations.

A UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.
A Lebanese Army M998 of the12th Mechanized Brigade and UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI and Peugeot P4 vehicles during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.

 

A Lebanese Army M998 of the12th Mechanized Brigade and a UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.
A Lebanese Army M998 of the12th Mechanized Brigade and UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI and Peugeot P4 vehicles during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.
Lebanese and French soldiers next to a Lebanese Army M998 of the12th Mechanized Brigade and a UNIFIL FRENCHBATT Peugeot P4 vehicle.

 

UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI and Peugeot P4 vehicles during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.
UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.
UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.
A UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI.
UNIFIL FRENCHBATT VBCI VCI and Peugeot P4 vehicles during a joint patrol in south Lebanon.

 

 

Source: Ministère de la Défense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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