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Camp Coëtquidan

Guer, France

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  • Camp Coëtquidan

    Established: N/A Guer

    Camp Coëtquidan (Camp de Coëtquidan) is a French military educational facility located in Guer, Morbihan department, in Brittany, France. It covers an area of approximately 64 km.

    Branch: French Armed Forces

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    Established: 1942 Morbihan

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    Established: N/A Brest

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Camp Coëtquidan