|Foreign Air Supply Company|
(Compagnie étrangère de Ravitaillement par Air)
|Active||January 1, 1951 to August 31, 1951|
|Branch||French Foreign Legion|
|Type||Foreign Airborne Supply|
|Colors||Green and Red|
|Engagements||First Indochina War|
The Foreign Air Supply Company (French language: compagnie étrangère de ravitaillement par air) (C.E.R.A) was a air supply unit of the French Foreign Legion.
The company was created on January 1, 1951 from the Air Supply Company (C.R.A) from the Northern Airborne Base (B.A.P.N). Stationed at Bac Mai, the foreign combat company was in charge of delivering logistical supply and was manned by 120 legionnaires and 70 autochthones.
Dissolved, the foreign combat company became on September 1, 1951, the Air Supply Company of the Viet Nam Land Forces (C.R.A/FTVN).
References[edit | edit source]
- Revue Képi blanc Hors série 2008 n° 1 page 10
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