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Central African Multinational Force

Force Multinationale de l'Afrique Centrale - FOMAC

Last modified: 2013-12-14 by zoltán horváth
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Overview

Force Multinationale de l'Afrique Centrale (French)
Central African Multinational Force (English)

The FOMAC is a brigade-size peacekeeping force established by the ECCAS (Economic Community of Central African States) in October 2003, in order to intervene in unstable Central African areas, and it is the subregional component of a much large-scale military umbrella organization called African Stand-By Force. The FOMAC will soon to transform into International Support Mission in the Central African Republic (MISCA) under African Union control with a UN mandate, pending UN resolution, which is expected in December. MISCA will take over on December 19.
(Source: http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2013/12/car-key-players-201312511404944998.html).
For additional information go to: FOMAC (official website, under construction)
Esteban Rivera, 06 December 2013


The flag

The FOMAC flag is the ECCAS logo on an olive-green horizontal flag with the word FOMAC in capital yellow letters surrounding the logo in a semi circular manner, as seen in this picture.
(Source: http://www.news24.com/Africa/News/SA-soldiers-in-CAR-for-5-years-20130106)
For additional information go to: FOMAC (official website, under construction)
Esteban Rivera, 06 December 2013

The flag itself seems to be green, and its logo based on ECCAS, but some extra inscription, and/or elements are added to it.
You can see more pictures (with a slightly modified version that you reported): http://www.rjdh-rca.net/medias/images/65233170-05-fomac.jpg
http://www.operationspaix.net/DATA/ACTIVITE/86~v~Atelier_sur_la_Composante_civile_de_la_FOMAC.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 06 December 2013