This is coolbert:
In the aftermath of Charlie Hebdo those French soldiers currently patrolling and guarding what are referred to "sensitive sites" to be incorporated into a permanent and dedicated force.
"France: 7,000 soldiers to permanently patrol sites"
"French President François Hollande announced on Thursday that a 7,000-strong force would be dedicated to patrolling sensitive sites around the country on a permanent basis as the country boosts security in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks."
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"He also said that military patrols at sensitive sites throughout France that were set up after the January attacks would be made permanent, with a 7,000-strong force dedicated to internal security.
That means there will be around 3,000 less troops on the streets guarding synagogues, tourist sites and other sensitive landmarks, as there are currently around 10,000 on duty as part of the post terror attacks operation named Sentinelle."
Sensitive sites to include I might well imagine but not hardly limited to:
* Jewish cemeteries, restaurants, kosher food marts, synagogues.
* The Trocadero and other Parisian tourist attractions.
Presumably those locations also recently the apparent target of surveillance drones, the identifies of the UAV operators NEVER determined with any certainty.
I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO BELIEVE THOSE FRENCH TROOPS WILL NO LONGER BE ON GUARD WITH A FAMAS RIFLE HAVING AN EMPTY INSERTED MAGAZINE. WILL BE ISSUED LIVE AMMO AND GIVEN THE ORDER TO USE SAME IF AND WHEN NEEDED.