The 2024-2030 military programming law (LPM) is still under discussion in the Assembly all this week, but what do the first stakeholders, the military, think? The men and women of the "Grande Muette" are certainly bound by the duty of reserve, but the theme returns in the mess and the popotes on the ground. Especially since before the opening of the debates, Sébastien Lecornu, Minister of the Armed Forces, made a dozen trips to bases and regiments, detailing each time what the LPM would change for them. He announced to the African sappers of the 19th Engineer Regiment on April 21 in Besançon that they would receive fifteen new Griffon connected armored vehicles, a Syfrall river crossing system and other equipment, benefiting a total of 37 million euros over the next seven years. Effective Calinotherapy?
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