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|Active||October 2, 1989-|
|Size||1 Brigade (5.980)|
|Motto||Dem Besten verpflichtet/Le devoir d'excellence (Devoted to excellence)|
|Général de brigade Philippe Chalmel
Oberst Klaus Hahndel
The Franco-German Brigade (French: Brigade Franco-Allemande; German: Deutsch-Französische Brigade) is a joint formation consisting of units from both the French Armée de Terre and German Heer armies and is integrated in Eurocorps.
The Brigade was formed in 1987 following a summit between President Mitterrand of France and Chancellor Kohl of Germany. The Brigade became operational on October 2, 1989 under the command of General Jean-Pierre Sengeisen. Currently, the FGB is stationed at Müllheim, Metz, Donaueschingen, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, and Immendingen as part of the Eurocorps.
The Franco-German brigade can be described as a mechanised formation; its combat units are an armoured reconnaissance regiment, three mechanised infantry battalions, and an artillery regiment. The logistical support unit and the brigade's HQ have mixed complements drawn from both countries.
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