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Combined Arms School

Morbihan, France

  • Combined Arms School

    Established: 1942 Morbihan

    The Combined Arms School or Joint Military School (EMIA) (French: ã‰cole Militaire Interarmes), is a military school for reserve officers and non-commissioned officer.

    Branch: French Army

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Combined Arms School