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An Update on French Military Intelligence Reform – May 2023


In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, France’s military intelligence agency is undergoing a series of reforms to try and close coordination gaps and stay ahead of future military activities, whether in Europe or elsewhere in the world, a top officer tells Breaking Defense. French Maj. Gen. Cyril Carcy is a former Defense Attaché to the embassy in Washington and now serves as Deputy Director of the French Military Intelligence Directorate (DRM for “Direction du renseignement militaire”). He told Breaking Defense in a recent interview that the Ukraine conflict has forced a broadening of his office’s focus areas. “Reinforced…

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