Commandement des Forces Terrestres
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|Commandement des Forces Terrestres|
|Active||30 June 1998|
The Commandement des Forces Terrestres (CFT) is the new appellation (since July 1, 2008) of the Commandement de la Force d'action Terrestre (“Command of the land combat forces”, French acronym CFAT). It is the High command of the land forces of the French Army.
The CFT is under the orders of the État-major de l'armée de terre (EMAT). It controls 8 "interarmes" (combined) brigades. It has direct control over a Corps-size HQ, the Rapid Reaction Corps - France, and four (soon to be only two) HQs called "Force HQs", each capable of providing the core of a NATO-size division HQ.
- 9 generals
- 193 officers
- 164 non-commissioned officers
- 59 soldiers
- 42 civilians
- 187 reserve personnel
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