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De Gaulle. David Wragg. It does not require your allegiance to France. The motto of the Legion is Legio Patria Nostra. The Legion is our fatherland. This means we will accept you.
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We will shelter you. We may send you out to die. Women are not admitted. What man has not considered climbing onto a motorcycle and heading south? The Legion can be like that for some. Currently it employs 7, enlisted men, including non-commissioned officers.