Legion

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Legion may refer to:

In the military[edit]

  • Roman legion, the basic military unit of the ancient Roman army
  • Legion of the United States, a reorganization of the United States Army from 1792 to 1796
  • French Foreign Legion, a military service wing of the French Army, exclusively created for foreign nationals willing to serve in the French Armed Forces
  • Various military legions, often composed of soldiers from a specific ethnic, national, religious or ideological background
  • HMS Legion (1914), a Royal Navy ship sunk in 1921
  • HMS Legion, a L-class destroyer of the Royal Navy

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See also[edit]

  • Legionella, a bacterium
  • Lajjun, Palestinian village whose name is derived from "Legion"