Sassari Mechanized Brigade

Sassari Mechanized Brigade

The Sassari Mechanized Brigade is a mechanized infantry brigade of the Italian Army, based on the island of Sardinia. Its core is two infantry regiments which distinguished themselves in combat during World War I.

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Sassari Mechanized Brigade - History - Recent History
... The Sassari was recreated in Sardinia on 1 December 1988 as Sassari Motorized Brigade with two light infantry battalions Sassari Command and Signal Battalion, in Sassari Sassari ... Besides the Sassari the following units were based on Sardinia Command Battalion, in Cagliari 1st Armored Infantry Regiment, in Teulada (Armored Training Center) Command Company I ... Accordingly the brigade changed its name on 1 January 1991 to Sassari Mechanized Brigade ...
Sassari Mechanized Brigade - See Also
12 Infantry Division Sassari, about the Sassari division of World War II Sassari soldiers on patrol with the VBM Freccia in Afghanistan Sassari ...
Operational Structure Of The Italian Army - COMFOTER - Acqui Division
... The Acqui Division in San Giorgio a Cremano near Naples commands following brigades of the Italian Army Acqui Support Battalion in Naples Garibaldi Bersaglieri Brigade in Caserta (Campania) Garibaldi ...
Sassari Mechanized Brigade - Structure
3rd Bersaglieri 151st Infantry 152nd Infantry 5th Engineer Sassari Mechanized Brigade unit locations Sassari Combat Service Support Battalion (Sassari, province of Sassari) Headquarters ... In 2013 the Army began to form the new Sassari Logistic Regiment in Teulada ...

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