A small, temporary building for housing a garrison of troops.
- In the opening pages we learn that fencing instruction was obligatory and free in the military, and that each casern was to have a salle d'armes where officers were to exercise daily.
- ithout a secure telephone in his quarters, he must drive to the casern (about 8 kilometers away) to place or receive secure communications.
- The Musketeers' life in Paris was often tumultuous, even if strict discipline continued to reign back at the casern.
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