Mountain Artillery

Some articles on mountain artillery, artillery, mountain:

Alpine Brigade Cadore - 1991 Reorganization
... In 1991 the Mountain Artillery Group Agordo was dissolved and the remaining battalions took the names of historical Alpini regiments to carry on their ... Alpini Regiment Belluno Alpini Training Battalion in Belluno 6th Mountain Artillery Regiment Lanzo Mountain Artillery Group in Bassano del Grappa (dissolved on July 15th, 1995) Cadore Logistic ...
List Of World War II Firearms Of China - Mountain Artillery
... Type 75 ... mm Mountain Gun (Chinese copy). ...
Alpine Brigade Taurinense - History - 1990s Reorganization
... On 23 March 1991 the Pinerolo Mountain Artillery Group was dissolved ... On 19 September 1992 the Aosta Artillery Group was integrated in the reactivated 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment ... Battalion 3rd Alpini Regiment Susa Battalion 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment Aosta Artillery Group Mondovi Alpini Training Battalion Taurinense Command and Tactical Support Battalion ...
Alpini - History - 1888 To 1914
... of the Italian militia system it was decided to assign 38 Alpini companies and 15 mountain batteries to active units of the Regio Esercito (Royal Italian ... Also four batteries from the 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment were sent to Eritrea to augment the four brigades there under command of Oreste Baratieri ... Pietro Cella and his Alpini from the 4th company occupied and held Amba Rajo (Rajo mountain) until March 2, thus securing the escape of the remnants of the beaten ...

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    Again, he felt a crude ecstasy. He could not have given the reason, but the mountain tormented him, beckoned him, held an answer to something he wanted. It was so pure, so austere.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)