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Hola amigos del foro, es un placer presentarme aquí, soy Juan, latino de 36 años. Mi pregunta es la siguiente, dejé la legión por una lesión en ambas rodillas para hacer un tratamiento médico, le escribí al general de la legión ya recursos humanos contando mi caso de enfermedad y recuperación y solicitando mi reintegro. Mi pregunta es, ¿sabes si seré reincorporado a la legión o ya no será posible?
 

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Probablemente no. Si ocurriera al servicio de la Legión, se habrían ocupado del problema de la rodilla.
 
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Probablemente no. Si ocurriera al servicio de la Legión, se habrían ocupado del problema de la rodilla.
it was within the legion
 
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Did you voluntarily/offer to leave or did the Legion refuse treatment.
Or was it a pre-existing medical problem?
It was a medical problem due to falling in the gears and the 2 kneecaps were diverted, I left because I requested medical assistance and they said no, that I should only work and no doctor, I insisted several times and they denied it, until it will end The course was not supposed to request a doctor, so I took the issue of leaving on my own and carrying out my medical treatment on my own, I immediately left I wrote to the colonel of the regiment, the general of the legion and the direction of human resources, to notify my case and return.
 

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Hi Juan, I believe that we've already discussed this on here. There is no way that the legion will refuse you to see a doctor. Be careful about the crap that you are posting about the legion.
To all those who are thinking about joining, Juan is full of Sh$t, If you are hurt in any way, then you go sick and the doctor makes you better, it is as simple as that. There is no way that legion will make you soldier on if you are sick. It just isn't worth it.
What I think happened was that Juan decided he'd had enough and left, AWOL. After reflection he decided that the legion wasn't that bad after all and now regrets it. There is only one major problemente he has as much chance as the proverbial snowball in hell's chance of being taken back. There is no way that the legion is going to believe that he was refused medical treatment.
 
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Hi Juan, I believe that we've already discussed this on here. There is no way that the legion will refuse you to see a doctor. Be careful about the crap that you are posting about the legion.
To all those who are thinking about joining, Juan is full of Sh$t, If you are hurt in any way, then you go sick and the doctor makes you better, it is as simple as that. There is no way that legion will make you soldier on if you are sick. It just isn't worth it.
What I think happened was that Juan decided he'd had enough and left, AWOL. After reflection he decided that the legion wasn't that bad after all and now regrets it. There is only one major problemente he has as much chance as the proverbial snowball in hell's chance of being taken back. There is no way that the legion is going to believe that he was refused medical treatment.
hello a pleasure to hear from you again, if last time we talked about it but it was the case of 2 friends, one who injured his knee and another friend who injured his back, now my case is different and I only asked one question and I want to see its possibilities, what advantages I have of being reinstated again, and I clarify that I do not speak anything bad about the legion, I only asked one question.
 

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Juan, your translater seems to be working a lot better. So you are the third person (that you are aware of) who has been refused medical treatment, to the point where you went AWOL (it is only classed as a deserter in time of war) in order to get treated and so what is it that you want from us?
Because you told us that you wrote to the General and the commanding officer (you didn't say which regiment) and the HR department -I'm not sure who that would be classified in the legion, (perhaps you could show us a copy of the letters that you wrote).
Again what is it that you want from us?

BTW, it wasn't the REP by any chance :cool:
 
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Juan, your translater seems to be working a lot better. So you are the third person (that you are aware of) who has been refused medical treatment, to the point where you went AWOL (it is only classed as a deserter in time of war) in order to get treated and so what is it that you want from us?
Because you told us that you wrote to the General and the commanding officer (you didn't say which regiment) and the HR department -I'm not sure who that would be classified in the legion, (perhaps you could show us a copy of the letters that you wrote).
Again what is it that you want from us?

BTW, it wasn't the REP by any chance :cool:
Good Morning . no, it was not from the REP. what I want from you is to know if I can appear in aubagne with all the medical examinations and the medical report and have the possibility of rejoining the ranks of the legion. Although I called the general command and a chief corporal told me to wait for the general's response, that the general always responded, that it could be a negative or positive response, but he always responded. What I want to know is your advice on the matter and what do you think I should do?
since many of those present in the forum have more experience and know procedures
 

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You seem to specialize in not answering questions.
We had another guy like that on here.

So why not answer the questions, or simply show us the letter that you sent to general :unsure::cautious::cautious::cautious:?
I'm just curious which translator you are using?
 

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Hi Juan, I don't have that much patience to deal with you. So either answer the questions and / or show us the letter by Wednesday or join those who haven't bothered posting anything.
 
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Hi Juan, I don't have that much patience to deal with you. So either answer the questions and / or show us the letter by Wednesday or join those who haven't bothered posting anything.
If that I notice that patience is not your great friend. Tonight I'll upload the letter for you to see. And what will I win with what will they see the letter?
 

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If that I notice that patience is not your great friend. Tonight I'll upload the letter for you to see. And what will I win with what will they see the letter?
Ok I’m betting no letters of any type that are official get posted soon as smell bull 💩💩💩💩💩
2 more days and Joe will sort you and send you down the road so you can get back to your game console.
 
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This was the letter I sent by certified mail

March 24, 2021


Mister
ALAIN LARDET
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COMMANDER OF THE FOREIGN LEGION

Cordial greetings, my general. I know that he is a very busy man. I am writing this letter today with concern if I don't know, if it will come into his hands, but I hope so.
I am the Legionnaire identified with license plate number, assigned to
The reason for writing this letter is in order to communicate my situation and why I decided to write to you.

I joined the legion in the month of May in order to make an honest military career and professional and personal growth, in order to challenge myself and achieve personal and professional achievements within the legion.

I spent all my training in the 4th infantry regiment in Castellnaudary without any problem and finished my instruction, to request to be assigned to a regiment of which I chose to go to infantry.

What happened in Castellnaudary I began to have massive and intense pain in my knees and I was never allowed to go to a medical consultation, ok everything continued like this but the pain persisted.

I went to my new regiment and entered the regiment without any problem, he did the FTS, I pass it with good grades since at 36 years of age the motivation for military life has fascinated me, but what happens the pain in the knees continues daily and worse In the same way, there I was not allowed to go to a medical consultation.

Act by which I made the decision to leave on my own, a week before December 25, 2020, bored and disillusioned with the legion for which I came to render my services and leave my life, which haunted my head with What purpose do I pay for medical insurance here within the legion if I cannot use it and they do not allow me to use it, I will have to do it on my own and I did so I was checked by a general practitioner, I was checked by a specialist in traumatology and I discovered that I It has generated in both knees what is known as GRADE 1 ROTULIAN CHONDDROMALASIA LESION, due to multifactorial causes due to overuse of the joints causing accelerated wear on the lower patella of the femur as well The wear of the cartilage, caused by bad procedures in training processes and excesses of physical effort from castellnaudary in all instruction and in the regiment

I still remember my psychology interview in Aubagne and I referred to the trainers and physical trainers and they told me that if I thought the legion needed them, at that moment maybe I thought not.

But…. Now living the experience in my own flesh, I am more convinced than the legion if you need physical trainers in the field and not empirical ones.

We know that it is one of the most serious problems that the legion has are the injured that abound, sprains of the foot, injuries of arms, elbows, legs and knees that are the most representative there inside and with a good teamwork and prepared people , you can save expenses and casualties in the ranks and have more legionary fighters available.

We are in the 21st century and the legion needs physical trainers who provide the legionaries with the best physical development to obtain the best results and the best performances.
I say it because it is my case And I was injured because of these bad procedures within the legion and a fall in one of the many night marches that I had.

Just as I am not the only one, another legionary from the same regiment left, injured his back and was never allowed to go to a medical consultation and so on as he has happened with others who have left for the same reason and for other reasons.

I know that the way I left was not the right one, but since I had no other alternative, I had to do it, I have the medical diagnoses, the plates, the resonances and the clinical report to show that what I say is true and that is why that I am not a liar.

That I am requesting today with what is stated here in these documents, THAT I AM NOT A DESERTER as they want to make it seem, that I wish to return to the ranks of the legion because I am a legionary and I am trained for it, restrained and with the respect that is You deserve my GENERAL LARDET requested to be reinstated to my regiment or to be assigned to another, since I sign a contract for 5 years and I want to finish it and continue working for the legion and in the service of France the Country of HUMAN RIGHTS, if so I allow it.

I will bring all the medical evidence and so that the legion doctors value me and I can make my recovery which is short and satisfactory with medical treatment and medicine.

He requested my medical evaluation for the legion and to return to my combat company and continue my military career and preparation to give results in foreign operations and where required.

I know that the way I left, it was not the correct one but I am aware of what I did and that is why I want to return to assume my responsibilities, as a man and as a legionary, a letter is not enough and that what I present here today I must demonstrate with work and effort.

If I must go to the dungeon I will do so without objection and will pay my fault before you as the father of the legion and before the legion, I hope that my human rights as a person and as a legionary are respected, and I do not expect to be treated like a dog as usual. Doing it with some legionaries I say it because I saw everything, I know that as a legionary I have duties, but we also have rights.

I consider myself a good man, I have no vices, no problems with the law, or with anyone, I have no alcohol problems, I have never used drugs, so from my point of view I think I deserve a second chance.

My General Lardet you are the representative of General Rollet, you are the father of the legion Now and as a father you must take care of his children, we legionaries are the blood of the legion.

The question has never been asked why many leave without saying why, and do not return, they should never worry more about the legionaries and know more about their legionary children and know what happens with them, the legionaries reiterated we are the blood of the legion.

The legion is called family and the family never leaves anyone behind, and the family does not mistreat its children, but rather welcomes them into its supper.

I do not want to waste time, nor waste my time my general, I only hope to return soon as soon as my general gives me the green light, with time and date and where I should go if to Aubagne or directly to my regiment in Nimes or where I decide to reintegrate, when you tell me the date, time and place I'll be there.

I apologize for my frankness in this letter, but it was the only way to express myself, because I am not fluent in French and in there it would be a problem to explain it in my words.
I thank you in advance for your attention, if you really read this letter.

Legio Patria Nostra!

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Hi Juan,

I'll give you another day (because at least your thread is getting people interested:love::LOL::ROFLMAO:), to prove that you have sent that crap that you have printed above. I know that it is a load of bullsh$t. In fact it has all the hallmarks of the Night Jumper; the leg injury all the way down to the Legio Patria Nostra, passing by the fake the letter -does anyone remember when he came back on here as the Night Jumper's dad? He went as far as to put on here a fake letter sent by the captain of a company in the REP explaining that his son was being sent to 3 REI as a punishment.
I mean the guy is sick in the head.
He had even gone as far to send a legionnaires passport administrative* which he got from facebook. Which is why you must be very careful what you post on social media. He was last seen posting on FB pretending to be in the 13.
So Juan, if you could send the copy of the accusé de réception? You no longer have, that's a bummer.

*the Passport Admin. is real French passport which every legionnaire has made, whether you are under a fake name or not. This allows you travel to other countries with the legion. The guy who posted his on face book was a kiwi, which Loustic copied to use as his own. A really dumb thing to do; posting your passport. But then again who hasn't done dumb things?

That is, of course, unless there are any anciens who tell me otherwise, and then it's bye bye Juan today.
 
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Hola, Juan,

Te daré otro día (porque al menos tu hilo está haciendo que la gente se interese :amor::JAJAJA:: ROFLMAO:), para demostrar que has enviado esa basura que has impreso arriba. Sé que es un montón de tonterías. De hecho, tiene todas las características del Night Jumper; la lesión en la pierna hasta la Legio Patria Nostra , pasando por la letra falsa -¿Alguien recuerda cuando regresó aquí como el padre del Night Jumper? Llegó a poner aquí una carta falsa enviada por el capitán de una empresa del REP explicando que su hijo estaba siendo enviado a 3 REI como castigo.
Quiero decir que el tipo está enfermo de la cabeza.
Incluso había ido tan lejos como para enviar un pasaporte administrativo * de legionarios que obtuvo de facebook. Por eso debes tener mucho cuidado con lo que publicas en las redes sociales. Fue visto por última vez publicando en FB fingiendo estar en el 13.
Entonces Juan, ¿si pudieras enviar la copia del acusé de réception? Ya no lo tienes, eso es un fastidio.

* el administrador de pasaportes. es un pasaporte francés real que todo legionario ha hecho, ya sea que tenga un nombre falso o no. Esto le permite viajar a otros países con la legión. El tipo que publicó el suyo en el libro de caras era un kiwi, que Loustic copió para usarlo como propio. Una cosa realmente tonta de hacer; publicar su pasaporte. Pero, de nuevo, ¿quién no ha hecho tonterías?

Eso es, por supuesto, a menos que haya algún anciens que me diga lo contrario, y entonces hoy es adiós Juan.
the letter is original, I just took away my leginary name, my license plate number and my regiment, I am not going to expose myself.
I'm not a liar, that's what I wrote to the Legion General.
and if you are interested in my thread, I think it's great because they will be more for the beginning of next year when I publish my book.
 
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