FARC-EP chain of command

FARC-EP Chain Of Command

FARC-EP chain of command

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The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's chain of command is divided as follows:

  1. Commander in Chief of the FARC-EP, ultimate decision maker. Alfonso Cano currently holds this position.
  2. The Secretariat is the seven member leadership
  3. The Central High Command (Estado Mayor Central): composed of some 30 top commanders including the seven leaders of the top command; the secretariat is the highest organ of direction and command of the FARC-EP. Its agreements, orders and decisions rule over the entire movement and all its members. It designates the High Command of each bloc and co-ordinates the areas of the respective blocs.<br/>
  4. Bloc: consists of five or more fronts. Seven blocs have divided the country's territory strategically to allow greater maneuverability and control.<br/>
  5. Front: Consist of anywhere between 50 and 500 men. Control and attack certain areas of the country. <br/>
  6. Column: Larger fronts are divided into columns. <br/>
  7. Company (Compañía) : These men, usually around 50, stay together and plan ambushes or other surprise attacks.<br/>
  8. Guerrilla: consists of two squads.<br/>
  9. Squad: the basic unit consisting of 12 combatants.<br/>


The Central High Command is composed of seven ideological and military leaders of the FARC-EP. It is speculated that some of them could be hiding in the Colombian frontiers with Ecuador and Venezuela, which has been one of the reasons for Colombian military...
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