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Commandos Marine Captain Charles Trepel was an Army officer (artillery), Free French Forces; commanding officer of the 8th Troop (French), No. 10 Commando (Inter-allied). MIA/KIA 28 February 1944 during a night reconnaissance raid in Wassenaar, the Netherlands.
1er Bataillon de Fusiliers Marins Commandos French commandos took part in the raid on the beach of Wassenaar in Holland on 28 February 1944, the site of V-2 rocket launches, during which six of them, including captain Charles Trepel were killed.
Roland Mertelsmann The “Plasticity” of hematopoietic stem cells (HSC), i.e. the differentiation of HSC into cells of other organs, was intensively studied with Alexandros Spyridonidis in patients after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. These studies demonstrated conclusively, that this phenomenon can be observed in these patients, but is a rare event. Molecular mechanisms of B-cell neoplasias were investigated together with Binder, Trepel and Dierks, the pathogenic significance of granulocytes in Graft-versus-host disease with Zeiser and his colleagues.
FORFUSCO Marine Commandos are trained to targeted actions in places where it is not feasible or appropriate to deploy a larger force. They are primarily used by the French Special Operations Command (COS) since 1992. They are seven in number: Commando Jaubert, Commando Ponchardier, Commando Trepel, Commando de Montfort, Commando de Penfentenyo, Commando Kieffer, and Commando Hubert, each with their own mission specialism. They have evolved to be broadly comparable to the British SBS.
Escouade de contre-terrorisme et de libération d'otages The Escouade de contre-terrorisme et de libération d’otages (ECTLO, “counter-terrorist and hostages rescue squad”), formerly named "Groupe de combat en milieu clos" (GCMC, “close quarters combat group”), was a special operations group of the French Navy, specialised in maritime anti-terrorism. It mainly consists of about 30 men, split in two groups of 15 people, one under Commando Jaubert command, and the other under Commando Trepel command.