52. Chapter – The first day off

Since we arrived in Central Africa, the rhythm was quite intense. We were working sometimes around 14 hours a day and most of the times, I was on guard for an hour

51. chapter – Bouar

Even if everyone was working hard to clean the rest of the new camp, we needed a week to finish the job. Those who were living in the burned tents could temporarily

50. chapter – Fire

Contact! Contact! Wake up! It was around 1am. I was sleeping in my camping bed like a child when I heard people shouting and screaming everywhere. Gunfire came from the guards’ direction

49. chapter – A reminder

Personally, I was happy being able to spend a couple of days in Bangui. It meant that we can have a shower each night, eat something correct for breakfast and launch and

48. chapter – Kobadja

We were near to the half of our mandate. The tempo was still quite high and many guys from the company got malaria. Although we had a some sort of medicament against

46. chapter – Bria

Once the airplane landed, the battlegroup we made part received a new mission. The two platoons from our company, elements from cavalry and infantry units were heading toward the eastern part of

44. chapter – Priorities of an operation

The battlegroup arrived to Sibut at the end of the day. Another unit was already there and established a temporary base. Until the platoon chief went to the debriefing, I refilled the

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