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The Infantry School

Draguignan, France

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  • The Infantry School

    Established: 1946 Draguignan

    The ã‰cole de l'infanterie (English: "Infantry School"), formerly known as ã‰cole d'application de l'infanterie, is a French military academy that trains officers.

    Branch: French Army

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The Infantry School