The largest and oldest rebel group is Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia or the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
What does FFAA stand for?
FFAA stands for Fuerzas Armadas (Spanish Armed Forces)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
FARC (Las Fuerzas Armadas Revolicionarias de Colombia - the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) rebels have for years used Ecuador as a refuge, crossing the San Miguel river to attack Colombian forces.
To make this influx possible, the foreign-troop authorization law (Ley de requisitos para la authorizacion y consentimiento para el ingreso de tropas extranjeras en el territorio de la republica) was broadened to include such functions as "civicassistance activities, future military, academic instruction planning, or training exercises with Fuerzas Armadas Peruanas (FAP) personnel.
Referring to the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) insurgency, Rangel notes, "That guerrilla group has always demonstrated an immense capacity to survive, resist, and persist, but a weak ability to definitively tilt the political and military balance to its side" (p.