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CSLI Corps “The Sword of Freedom” SoF

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The CSLI Corps “Sword of Freedom”

The uniformed SoF force – a special operations group of the LAZARUS UNION CSLI

Bernd HöhleBern Höhle, MjrGen CSLI, Commander SoF

The Sword of Freedom – Corps is a registered, humanitarian, international peace and relief organization (NGO). In more than 120 countries it supervises, maintains and supports various national and international aid projects. Its purpose is to promote and support needy, sick, disabled and elderly people. Individual sections are active worldwide through financial, material and personal assistance where necessary in cases of poverty, misery and disaster.

The SOF Corps’ steady commitment is characterized by the three pillars of helpfulness, respect and tolerance. The strong association of members consists predominantly of police, fellow athletes, martial artists and volunteers. All have joined forces in the service of life, peace and common humanity with the purpose expressed in the phrase: “We are for others with no one alone”. All activities and actions are apolitical and neutral. Everyone, regardless of origin, religion, ethnicity, race or social status is welcome, as are any other interested parties.

“Humanity is life in action!” As part of its fraternal peace work the SOF Corps regularly organises trans-national events where worldwide international contacts are made and friendships maintained. The Corps maintains and supervises many youth and adult groups in leisure, sport and experiential learning in which the integration of people from other cultures and those with disabilities are important components.

“Help where the heart demands action”: In the field of social welfare the SOF Corps regularly organizes fundraisers and fundraising projects for the benefit of charitable purposes. Various aid projects are supported in the Philippines, Nepal, Africa, India and Thailand, as well as projects in Europe and South America. This support extends from assisting humanitarian aid delivery and the use of medical auxiliary corps to the pastoral care of the needy.

The badges and insignia of the uniformed forces of the Sword of Freedom – Corps consciously do not use the cross as a symbol. They feature instead the unique distinctive SOF symbol, the flaming sword.

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Decret SOF

Rank decree Bernd Höhle MjrGen CSLI

SoF CSLI

 

Organigramm LU 2016 620

 

Commander MjrGen CSLI Bernd Höhle

 

attending countries Leading Officers (CO)
Europa
Germany Danny Koch
Switzerland Andy Kunz
Poland Maciej Boryna
Romania Christian Laiber
Belgium De Meester Charles
France Prof. Daniel Blanchet
Denmark Babak Saviz
Liechtenstein Jens Gassmann
Scotland Duncan James
Finnland Mihails Pupinsh
Netherlands Walter Teschner
England Simon Revell, P. Gant
Portugal Fernando Loio
Hungary Geza Szepvölgyi
Luxembourg Mike Resch
Greece M. Iskan
Slowakei Meister L. Mocik
Norway Malik Dilnawaz
Sweden Jörgen Rasmussen
Yugoslavia Stanic Milos
Spain Jose Manuel Acevedo
Italy Antonio la Salandra
Litauen Alexander Schtscherban
Ireland Steve Mc Gregor
Leetland Mihailis Pupins
Ukraine Kahil Salam
Albania Gbr. Nosha
Serbia Boris Krivokapic
Czech Republic Roman Kohoutek
Ilse of Man Frank Newton
Bulgaria Krasimir Tsolov
Wales Howard Williams
Georgia Igor Denisenko
Estonia Sven Salumets
Croatia Zoran Bach-Rojecky
Bosnia Herzegovina Dr. Topoljak
Moldova Nikolai Dmitrievici
Montenegro Ivanji Sinisa
Byelorussia Igor Tremasov
Makedonija Selmani Sevdailj
Malta Kevin Bonanno
Asia
Afghanistan Rahmatullah Shabab
Kirgizstan Oleg Lim
Kazakhstan Eduard Nem
Tadjikistan Said Yakyaev
Turkmenistan Mukhammed Jumadurdyev
Uzbekistan Ivan Nematjanov
Russia A. Laikov & Davud Suleymanov
Sebiria Natalya Adakina
Azerbaijan Vivadi Haijaev
India Dr. Gajanand B. Rajput, Jasbir Singh
Nepal Dr. Shiva Thapa
Bhutan Anil Kaushik
Bangladesh Al-Haj Abdus Sobhan
Sri Lanka Prasad R. B. Wickramasinghe
Pakistan Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Zulfi
Thailand Dr. Craig Gigante Mac Baine
Singapore Tan Oon Lye, Peter Robertson
Philipine Andy Kunz
Malaysia N.N.
China Dr. Gu Ping
Japan Okabe Yoshihiko
Indonesia Taufan Prasetya
Cambodia General Nem Sovath
Vietnam Quoc Tran
Armenien Taron Abrahamyan
Kuwait William Beaver, Davoud Mahmood
Bahrain Phillip Dutton
Libanon Abdul Rahman El Rayess
Saudi Arabia Dr. Mohammad I. Tianero
United Emirate Noureddine Maamar
Palestine Jamal Katamish
Israel Moshe Katz
Irak Saad A. Ani
Iran S. Hossein Moghadasi
Turky Engin Deniz Karadag
America
Cuba Julian Reina Sanchez
Dominican Republic Elias Castillo Batista
Costa Rica Jaime Ortiz
Guatemala Juan Rodrigo Motta Molina
Alaska Caesar A. Garcia
Honduras Ricardo Dominguez
Panama Marcos Paluma Correa
Antigua Prof. Dr. Hubert Hood
Trinidad & Tobago Sarwan Boodram
El Salvador Armando De la Rosa
Rhode Island Larry S. L. Martin
Puerto Rico Carlos R. Esquilin & Ricky Rojas
Canada Jason Carter
USA Dr. Quoc L. Tran
Venezuela C. Santos Saavedra Bravo
Columbia Gustavo Sanin
Guyana Stephen Michael Monasingh
Chile M. Beltran
Argentinia Andre Sastre
Brasil Paulo Albuquerque
Mexico J. Hernandez
Peru Dr. V.W. Huapaya Quispe
Australia/ Ozeania:
Guam Prof. Frank Sanchez
New Zeeland Prof. Steve Heremaia
Australia Prof. Anthony Jackson
Tonga Lennie Niit
Fidschi Barry Bradshaw
Palau Prof. Anthony Jackson
Salomon James Plumridge
Samoa Ian Pollet
Nauru Emmanuel Peace
Africa:
Gabon Bernardo Saturnin Mouton
Egypt Hany Mesbah
Sudan M. H. Abuzaid
Algeria Mezoui Sid-Ali
Tunesia Zouhaier Chebbi
Marocco Sellame El Hajame
Niger Olusegun Akinola
Nigeria Joseph Rankin
Ghana Jerry A. Williams
Liberia William Anderson
Mali Kone ldrissa
Sierra Leone Idrissa Massaquoi
Ethiopia Mengistu Minale
Tansania Michael Onyango
Kenia Prof. Amen Rahh
Mauritius Goowtansingh Ramtohul
Madagaskar Rajoelisolo Andrianorosoa
Kamerun Olomo Guy Bertrand
Republic Kongo Mabiala Claude Pascal
Uganda Michael Onyango
Sambia Kaluba Museba
South Africa K. van Wyk

 

 

 

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