Almost Lethally Funny. I enjoyed the bits, especially with the lede that discusses what the purported "unsoldiers" do. From the feel of the humour, it looks like that you knew the basics of being Funny and Not Just Stupid. From the first paragraph to the last, it was indeed funny. You managed to use the fallacy that the French surrender as a joke, and combining the premise of that article to sum up that the French are involved in vomiting up rations and turning the dead to zombies. And of course, YVAN. This is certainly unforgettable, as that is a good reference to the Simpsons.
A bizarre concept, if so not stupid. I guess your scenario of "what if soldiers do something good at once" had been turned up to eleven to the point when you describe soldiers shoving shit up their mouths and vomiting back up the food, and reviving dead people. The concept is excellent, and seeing that you have rewritten an article that was much maligned into something that looks like a scene from "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", but with soldiers. But I am a little disappointed that the article is a little bit too short. Maybe you could extend the article a bit with the controversies behind this, saying that the whole YMRA thing is pointless and that zombies are created as a result.
Prose and formatting:
I see that your formatting is second to none. The prose is orderly in general, the formatting is correctly used, and you used the links when appropriate. That is all I could say about the article, because, well, the sentences make sense and the jokes at least have one-liners and punchlines.
At least there are images (well, there are two). The images you used are relevant to the article, and although it does look serious, beautiful one-liner captions on images like "A soldier in the YMЯA vomits his daily rations" are short and funny. So there. I could not say any more stuff about the images used.
Just calculating your score average.
This is a beautiful rewrite. Although it is short, don't make the brevity of the article put you off from adding more stuff in. After all, brevity is wit. Also, I hope that you mkae an article called YVAN based on this premise.