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|name = Alexis Matz
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|image = [[File:Alexis Matz.png|300px]]
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|organization = [[File:European Army.png|22px]] European Army
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|division = [[File:EWO.png|25px]] <small>[[European Federation Enforcer Corps|Enforcer Corps]]</small>
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|infantry battalion = <small>Battlegroup 1 (Special Ops)</small>
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|appearances = [[Tom Clancy's EndWar]]
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|nationality = [[File:France.png|22px]] French
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|rank = [[File:German Major General.png|29px]] Major General}}
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'''General Major Alexis Matz''' of Enforcer Corps [[Battlegroup 1]] is one of the most-respected commanders in Europe. He served in Afghanistan, and Iraq, but honed most of his skills in Africa where he oversaw peacekeeping efforts in Darfur and Sierra Leone. His career began with the French Marines in 1991. By 1998 he was with the ''Brigade des Forces Spéciales Terre'' (BFST). His approach to any combat operation is entirely unpredictable.
   
   
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==Gallery==
 
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2015-09-20 00027.jpg|General Sergei Izotov describes General Alexis Matz.
 
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== Overview ==
 
 
Alexis Matz is the commander in command of the Enforcers Corps most elite battlegroup, Battlegroup 1 which is responsible and specialises for special operations. Not much is known about him except that he is one of Europe's most skilled commanders. After turn 40 has passed General Amadou de Bankole takes command of Battlegroup 1.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 04:07, 10 August 2020

Alexis Matz
Alexis Matz.png
Nationality France.png French
Division EWO.png Enforcer Corps
Infantry battalion Battlegroup 1 (Special Ops)
Appearances Tom Clancy's EndWar

General Major Alexis Matz of Enforcer Corps Battlegroup 1 is one of the most-respected commanders in Europe. He served in Afghanistan, and Iraq, but honed most of his skills in Africa where he oversaw peacekeeping efforts in Darfur and Sierra Leone. His career began with the French Marines in 1991. By 1998 he was with the Brigade des Forces Spéciales Terre (BFST). His approach to any combat operation is entirely unpredictable.


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