In 2012, Guillaume Greff had the opportunity to photograph the Centre d’entraînement aux actions en zone urbaine (CENZUB), a purpose-built facility for training French armed forces in urban warfare skills, which occupies a small part of an immense military training center in Sissonne, France. There are several different training environments, but the largest is the artificial city of Jeoffrecourt, which is still under construction.
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