Guardia Civil

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List Of ETA Attacks - Chronology - 2000-2009 - 2009
... July 29 A car bomb exploded outside a Guardia Civil barracks in the Northern Spanish city of Burgos ... July 30 A car bomb exploded outside a Guardia Civil offices in Calvià, Majorca, killing two members of the Guardia Civil Carlos Sáenz de Tejada and Diego Salva ...
Civil Guard (Spain)
... The Civil Guard (Spanish Guardia Civil ) is the Spanish gendarmerie ... As a police force, the Guardia Civil is comparable today to the French Gendarmerie, the Italian Carabinieri and the Dutch Royal Marechaussee as it is part of the European Gendarmerie ... The Guardia Civil uses as its leading emblem the words "El honor es mi divisa" (Honour is my emblem), a motto emphasizing the unit's esprit de corps ...
Civil Guard (Spain) - Specialities
... - Public Order and Prevention service, which makes up the bulk of the Guardia Civil ... GRS(Grupo de Reserva y Seguridad) - Riot control SEMAR (Servicio Marítimo) - Guardia Civil's Naval Service, tasked with seashore surveillance and fisheries inspections ... SAER (Servicio Aéreo) - Guardia Civil Air Service ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 2009 - July
... bomb containing 200 kilogrames of explosives exploded in a 14-story barracks of the Guardia Civil in the northern city of Burgos ... July 3 ... Calvia, Majorca A car bomb exploded outside a Guardia Civil offices in Calvià, Majorca, killing two members of the Guardia Civil Carlos Sáenz de Tejada and Diego Salva Lezaun ...
Siege Of The Alcázar - Background - Forces
... Those that participated in the Nationalist uprising were the 800 men of the Guardia Civil, 6 cadets of the Military Academy (though propaganda gave them a great relevance ... The Spanish Civil War ... rifles, a few old machine guns and some grenades, but the officials and Guardia Civil had managed to bring in abundant ammunition ...

Famous quotes containing the word civil:

    Come, civil night,
    Thou sober-suited matron all in black.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)