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Structure of the Italian Army in 1974

The article gives an overview of the structure of the Italian Army at the end of 1974 before the great reform of 1975.

Army General StaffEdit

  •   Army General Staff (SME), in Rome[1]
    • Chief of the Army General Staff
      • Deputy Chief of the Army General Staff
      • I Department (Operations, training and regulations, studies)[1]
      • II Department (Organization, services, transport, research and studies)[1]
      • Operative Informations and Situation Service (SIOS)[1]
      • Personnel Secretariat
      • Administration
    •   Medical Service, in Rome[2]
      • Military Medicine School, in Florence[3]
        • Training and Studies Office
        • Complement Officer Cadets / Specialized Cadets Unit
        • Administrative Service
        • Special Infirmary
      • Military Medicine Studies and Research Center, in Rome
    •   Military Veterinary Service, in Rome[4]
      • Military Veterinary Service School, in Pinerolo
      • Military Veterinary Service Studies Center, in Rome
      • Quadrupeds Infirmary, in Pinerolo
      • Quadrupeds Infirmary, in Meran
      • Quadrupeds Infirmary, in Udine
      • Quadrupeds Rearing Post, in Grosseto
    •   Automotive Service, in Rome[5]
      • Secretariat and Personnel Office
      • Regulation, Rules and Training Office
      • Motorization Schools Command, in Rome-Cecchignola[6]
        • Command Unit, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • Automotive Service Application School, in Rome-Cecchignola[7]
        • Motorization Specialists School, in Rome-Cecchignola[7][6]
        • Motorization Mechanics and Drivers School, in Rome-Cecchignola[7][6]
        • Maneuver Transport Group, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • Medium Workshop, in Rome-Cecchignola
      • X Transport Group, in Rome
      • XI Maneuver Transport Group, in Rome
    •   Military Commissariat Service, in Rome
      •   Military Commissariat and Administration Services School, in Maddaloni[8][9]
        • Command Company, in Maddaloni
        • I Courses Unit (Commissariat), in Maddaloni
        • II Courses Unit (Administration), in Maddaloni
        • III Experimental Unit, in Maddaloni
        • IV Specialized Cadets Unit, in Nocera Inferiore
    •   Military Administration Service, in Rome[10]
    • Artillery Technical Service, in Rome
    • Engineering Technical Service, in Rome
    • Signal Technical Service, in Rome
    • Motorization Technical Service, in Rome
    • Chemical-Physical Technical Service, in Rome
    • Geographic Technical Service, in Rome
      • Military Geographical Institute, in Florence
    •   War School, in Civitavecchia
    •   Military Academy, in Modena
    • Arms Application Schools Command, in Turin[11]
      •   Infantry and Cavalry Application School, in Turin
      •   Artillery Application School, in Turin
      •   Engineering Application School, in Turin
    •   "Nunziatella" Military School, in Naples
    •   Non-commissioned Officers Cadets School, in Viterbo
    • Army Foreign Languages School, in Rome
    • Physical Education Military School, in Orvieto
      • 1st Athletes Company, in Rome
      • 2nd Athletes Company, in Naples
      • 3rd Athletes Company, in Bologna

Infantry and Cavalry InspectorateEdit

  • Infantry and Cavalry Inspectorate, in Rome[12]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Office
    • Training, Regulations, Schools Office
    • Studies and Experiences Office
    • General Officer Divisional Infantry
      •   Infantry School, in Cesano[13]
        • Command Unit, in Cesano
        • Cadets Battalion, in Cesano
        • Infantry Complement Officer Cadets School, in Ascoli Piceno
        •   Infantry Complement Non-commissioned Officers Cadets School, in Spoleto
      •   Equestrian Military School, in Montelibretti
    • General Officer Alpine Troops
      •   Alpine Military School (SMALP), in Aosta[14]
        • Command Unit, in Aosta
        • Cadets Battalion, in Aosta
        • Alpine Troops Skiers Group, in Aosta
        • Light Aviation Battalion (SMALP), at Pollein Heliport[15][16]
    • General Officer Parachute Troops
      •   Parachuting Military School, in Pisa
        • Command Unit, in Pisa
        • Paratrooper Recruits Training Battalion "Folgore", in Pisa
    • General Officer Armored Troops
      •   Mechanized and Armored Troops School (SCUTMEC), in Caserta[17]
        • Command Unit, in Caserta
        • Cadets Battalion, in Caserta
        • Tank Training Battalion, in Caserta
        •   Mechanized and Armored Troops Squad Commanders Cadets School, in Lecce
        • Light Aviation Unit (SCUTMEC), at Salerno-Pontecagnano Air Base[16]

Artillery InspectorateEdit

  • Artillery Inspectorate (Ispettorato di Artiglieria), in Rome[18]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Office
    • Studies, Regulations, Schools Office
    • General Officer Field Artillery
      • Field Artillery Office
      •   Artillery School, in Bracciano
        • Command Unit, in Bracciano
        • VIII Army Corps Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Bracciano[19]
        • Artillery Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer Cadets School, in Foligno
        • Complement Officer Cadets Group, in Bracciano
        • Logistic Unit, in Bracciano
    • General Officer Anti-aircraft Artillery
      • Anti-aircraft Artillery Office
      •   Anti-aircraft Artillery School, in Sabaudia
        • Command Unit, in Sabaudia
        • I Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, in Sabaudia
        • Cadets Group, in Sabaudia
        • Logistic Unit, in Sabaudia
      • Artillery Electronic Technicians School, in Rome

Engineering InspectorateEdit

  • Engineering Inspectorate (Ispettorato del Genio), in Rome[20]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Office
    • I Office: Regulations, Training and Schools
    • II Office: Studies and Experiences
    • III Office: Works and State Property
    • General Officer Engineering
      •   Engineer School, in Rome-Cecchignola[21]
        • I Courses Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • II Specialized Cadets Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • III Specialized Cadets Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • IV Training Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola

Signal InspectorateEdit

  • Signal Inspectorate (Ispettorato delle Trasmissioni), in Rome[22]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Office
    • I Office: Studies, Regulations, Materiels, and Electronic Warfare
    • II Office: Plans, Procedures, and Cypher
    • III Office: Telecommunications
      • X Signal Battalion, in Rome (supports the Defense Ministry)[23]
      • XI Signal Battalion, in Bologna (formed with troops and assets of the disbanded VI Army Corps Signal Battalion in 1972)[24]
    •   Armed Forces Telecommunications School, in Chiavari[25]
      • Cadets Battalion, in Chiavari
    • General Officer Signals
      •   Signal School, in Rome-Cecchignola[26]
        • I Courses Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • II Specialized Cadets Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola
        • III Specialized Cadets Battalion, in Rome-Cecchignola
      • Electronic Defense Center, in Anzio[27]
        • IX Electronic Warfare Battalion, in Anzio
        • SIGINT Unit, in Anzio
      •   Signal Specialists School, in San Giorgio a Cremano

NBC-defense InspectorateEdit

  • NBC-defense Inspectorate (Ispettorato per la Difesa NBC), in Rome[28][29]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Office
    • Civil Protection Support Advisory and Study Unit
    • NBC-Defense Department
      • Studies, Regulations, Training Office
      • Technical Instruction, Equipment Loads Office
      • NBC-Network Control Center Cell
      • Atomic Coordination Section
    • Armed Forces Atomic, Biologic, Chemical Defense School, in Rieti[30]
    • NBC-defense Battalion, in Rieti[31]

Army Logistic InspectorateEdit

  • Army Logistic Inspectorate (Ispettorato Logistico dell'Esercito), in Rome[32]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Section
    • Coordination Office
    • Statistics-Data Processing-Coordination (STAMECO) Office
    • Studies Office
    • Arms, Ammunition, and NBC-defense Materiel Office
    • Engineering and Signal Materiel Office
    • Army Light Aviation Materiel Office
    • Commissariat Materiel Office (coordinates with the Military Commissariat Service)
    • Motorization Materiel Office (coordinates with the Automotive Service)
    • Medical Materiel Office (coordinates with the Medical Service)
    • Veterinary Service Materiel Section (coordinates with the Military Veterinary Service)
    • Army Arsenal, in Naples[33]
    • Army Arsenal, in Piacenza[34]
    • Arms Factory, in Terni[35]
    • Army Fuse Factory, in Torre Annunziata[36]
    • Army Pyrotechnics, in Capua[37]
    • Army Powder Factory, in Fontana Liri[38]
    • Amy Precision Laboratory, in Rome[39]
    • Projecticles Filling Laboratory, in Madonna di Baiano[40]
    • 21st Signal Plant, in Rome[42]
    • 22nd Military Engineering Plant, in Pavia[43]
    • NBC-defense Materiel Directorate, in Rome[44]
    • Military Chemical-Pharmaceutical Institute, in Florence[45]
    • Army Tractor Repairs Workshop, in Piacenza[46]
    • Armored Vehicles Repairs Workshop, in Bologna[47]
    • Armored Vehicles Repairs Workshop, in Nola[48]
    • Graphic Workshop, in Gaeta[49]
    • Artillery Experiences Center, in Nettuno[50]
    • Engineering Technical Center, in Rome[51]
    • Signal Technical Center, in Rome[52]
    • Commissariat Technical Center, in Turin[53]
    • Motorization Studies and Experiences Center, in Rome[54]
    • Vehicles and Spares Supply Center, in Turin[55]
    • Army Aero-photographic Reproduction Center, in Villafranca
    • Chemical, Physical, and Biological Technical Center, in Rome[56]

Office of the Inspector of Army Light AviationEdit

  • Office of the Inspector of Army Light Aviation (Ufficio dell'Ispettore dell’Aviazione Leggera dell’Esercito), in Rome[57]
    • Secretariat and Personnel Office
    • I Flight-cooperation Office
    • II Training, Courses, Flight Safety, and Personnel Office
    • III Army Light Aviation Materiel and Experiences Office
    •   Addestramento Army Light Aviation Training Center, at Viterbo Air Base[58]
      • Training Office
      • Administration Office
      • Command Unit, at Viterbo Air Base
      • Flight Unit, at Viterbo Air Base
    • Medium Helicopter Battalion, at Viterbo Air Base (CH-47C Chinook helicopters)[59]
    • I General Use Helicopters Battalion, at Viterbo Air Base (AB 204/205 helicopters)[59][16]
    • XXX Light Aviation Battalion, at Padua Air Base[16] (AB 204/205 multi purpose helicopters (until 1972 assigned to Third Army)

III Army CorpsEdit

  •   III Army Corps, in Milan
    •   Horse Artillery Regiment, in Milan[60]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Milan
      • I 155/23 Self-propelled Group, in Milan (M44 155mm self-propelled howitzers)[60]
      • II 155/23 Self-propelled Group, in Milan (M44 155mm self-propelled howitzers)[60]
      • III 155/23 Self-propelled Group, in Milan (M44 155mm self-propelled howitzers)[60]
      • Horse Battery (Ceremonial unit with horse-drawn 75/27 mod 12 cannons)[60]
    •   52nd Heavy Artillery Regiment, in Brescia[61][62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Brescia
      • I 155/45 Cannons Group, in Brescia (M59 155mm towed howitzers)[61]
      • II 155/45 Cannons Group, in Brescia (M59 155mm towed howitzers)[61]
      • III 155/45 Cannons Group (Reserve), in Brescia (M59 155mm towed howitzers)[61]
      • IV 203/25 Howitzers Group, in Brescia (M115 203mm towed howitzers)[61]
      • V 203/25 Howitzers Group (Reserve), in Brescia (M115 203mm towed howitzers, former I 203/25 Howitzers Group / 9th Heavy Artillery Regiment, transferred and moved to Brescia in 1973)[63]
    • III Artillery Specialists Group, in Milan
    • III Light Aviation Battalion, at Milan-Bresso Air Base[16] (L-21B Super Cub)
    • III Army Corps Engineer Battalion, in Pavia[64]
    • III Army Corps Signal Battalion, in Milan
    • III Army Corps Transport Group, in Milan
    • III Supply, Repairs, Recovery Battalion, in Milan
    • 3rd Light Army Aviation Repairs Unit, at Orio al Serio Air Base[16]

Armored Division "Centauro"Edit

 
Armored Division "Centauro" in 1974
  •   Armored Division "Centauro", in Novara
    •   1st Armored Bersaglieri Regiment, in Civitavecchia[65][66]
    •   3rd Bersaglieri Regiment, in Milan[67]
      • Command and Services Company, in Milan (includes an anti-tank guided missile platoon)
      • IV Tank Battalion, in Solbiate Olona (M47 Patton tanks)
      • XVIII Bersaglieri Battalion, in Milan (M113 armored personnel carriers)
      • XXV Bersaglieri Battalion, in Solbiate Olona (M113 armored personnel carriers)
    •   31st Tank Regiment, in Bellinzago Novarese[68]
      • Command and Services Company, in Bellinzago Novarese (includes an anti-tank guided missile platoon)
      • I Tank Battalion, in Bellinzago Novarese (M47 Patton tanks)
      • II Tank Battalion, in Bellinzago Novarese (M47 Patton tanks)
      • XXVIII Bersaglieri Battalion, in Bellinzago Novarese (M113 armored personnel carriers)
    •   131st Armored Artillery Regiment, in Vercelli[69]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Vercelli
      • I Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Vercelli (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • II Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Civitavecchia (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • III Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Novara (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • IV Heavy Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Vercelli (M44 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • V Heavy Self-propelled Artillery Group, in Vercelli (M55 203mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • VI Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group (Reserve), in Vercelli (Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft guns and 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine guns)[70]
      • Artillery Specialists Battery, in Vercelli
    • "Cavalleggeri di Lodi" Squadrons Group, in Lenta[71] (Fiat Campagnola reconnaissance vehicles and M47 Patton tanks)[72]
    • Light Aviation Unit "Centauro", at Vercelli Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog light aircraft and AB 206 reconnaissance helicopters)
    • Engineer Battalion "Centauro", in Bellinzago Novarese
    • Signal Battalion "Centauro", in Novara
    • Services Grouping "Centauro", in Novara
      • Command and Services Company, in Novara
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Centauro", in Bellinzago Novarese[73]
      • Transport Unit "Centauro", in Novara
      • I Services Battalion "Centauro" (Reserve)[73], in Milan
      • II Services Battalion "Centauro", in Civitavecchia
      • III Services Battalion "Centauro", in Bellinzago Novarese

Infantry Division "Legnano"Edit

 
Infantry Division "Legnano" in 1974
  •   Infantry Division "Legnano", in Bergamo
    •   4th Armored Infantry Regiment, in Legnano[74]
    •   67th Infantry Regiment "Legnano", in Montorio Veronese
      • Command and Services Company, in Montorio Veronese
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Montorio Veronese
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Montorio Veronese
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Montorio Veronese
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Montorio Veronese (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Montorio Veronese (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   68th Infantry Regiment "Legnano", in Bergamo
      • Command and Services Company, in Bergamo
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Bergamo
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Como
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Brescia
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Monza (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Monza (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   11th Field Artillery Regiment, in Cremona
    • "Lancieri di Milano" Squadrons Group, in Monza (Fiat Campagnola reconnaissance vehicles and M47 Patton tanks)[72]
    • Engineer Battalion "Legnano", in Verona
    • Signal Battalion "Legnano", in Bergamo
    • Services Grouping "Legnano", in Presezzo[75]
      • Command Platoon, in Presezzo
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Legnano", in Orio al Serio
      • Transport Unit "Legnano", in Presezzo
      • Medical Battalion "Legnano" (Reserve), in Presezzo (includes the 5th Field Hospital)[76]
      • Provisions Supply Company "Legnano", in Presezzo

The Light Aviation Unit "Legnano", at Bergamo-Orio al Serio Air Base was disbanded on 16 July 1972.[16]

Infantry Division "Cremona"Edit

 
Infantry Division "Cremona" in 1974
  •   Infantry Division "Cremona", in Turin
    •   21st Infantry Regiment "Cremona", in Alessandria
      • Command and Services Company, in Alessandria
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Alessandria
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Alessandria
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Asti
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Fossano (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in (?) (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   22nd Armored Infantry Regiment "Cremona", in Turin[77]
    •   157th Infantry Regiment "Liguria", in Genoa
      • Command and Services Company, in Genoa
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Genoa
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Genoa
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Genoa
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Novi Ligure (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in (?) (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   7th Field Artillery Regiment, in Turin[78]
    • "Nizza Cavalleria" Squadrons Group, in Pinerolo[79] (Fiat Campagnola reconnaissance vehicles and M47 Patton tanks)[72]
    • Light Aviation Unit "Cremona", at Turin-Venaria Reale Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog light aircraft and AB 206 reconnaissance helicopters)
    • Engineer Battalion "Cremona", in Turin
    • Signal Battalion "Cremona", in Venaria Reale
    • Services Grouping "Cremona", in Turin[80]
      • Command Platoon, in Turin
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Cremona", in Venaria Reale
      • Transport Unit "Cremona", in Turin
      • Medical Battalion "Cremona" (Reserve), in Turin
      • Provisions Supply Company "Cremona", in Turin
 
Structure of the III Army Corps in 1974

IV Alpine Army CorpsEdit

  • IV Alpine Army Corps, in Bolzano
    •   2nd Alpini Regiment (CAR), in Cuneo[81]
      • Command and Services Company, in Cuneo
      • Alpini Battalion "Orobica", in Cuneo
      • Alpini Battalion "Tridentina", in Cuneo
      • Alpini Battalion "Cadore", in Boves (disbanded 30 September 1972)
      • Alpini Battalion "Taurinense", in Bra
    •   2nd Engineer Regiment, in Bolzano[82][83]
      • Command and Services Company, in Bolzano
      • II Mining Engineer Battalion, in Bolzano
      • IV Engineer Battalion, in Bolzano
      • VII Engineer Battalion, in Riva del Garda
      • XIV Army Corps Engineer Battalion, in Trento
      • 1st Cable Car Company, in Trento
      • Mixed Photoelectric-Camouflage Company, in Trento
    •   "Savoia Cavalleria" Regiment (3rd), in Meran[84][85]
      • Command and Services Squadron, in Meran
      • I Squadrons Group, in Meran (M47 Patton tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
      • II Squadrons Group, in Meran (M47 Patton tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
      • III Squadrons Group, in Meran (M47 Patton tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
    •   4th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, in Trento[62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Trento
      • I 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Trento (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Trento (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/23 Howitzers Group (Reserve), in Trento (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
    •   9th Heavy Artillery Regiment, in Trento (disbanded 30 September 1973, the two M59 howitzer groups were transferred to the 4th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment and the M115 howitzer group to the 52nd Heavy Artillery Regiment)[86]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Trento
      • I 203/25 Howitzers Group, in Trento (M115 203mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/45 Cannons Group, in Trento (M59 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/45 Cannons Group, in Trento (M59 155mm towed howitzers)
    • III Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Trento (M7 105mm self-propelled howitzers)
    • IV Artillery Specialists Group, in Trento
    • IV Light Aviation Battalion, at Bolzano Air Base[15][16] (L-21B Super Cub)
    • IV General Use Helicopters Battalion, at Bolzano Air Base[15][16] (AB 204/205 helicopters)
    • IV Army Corps Signal Battalion, in Bolzano
    • IV Army Corps Transport Group, in Eppan
    • IV Supply, Repairs, Recovery Battalion, in Bolzano
    • VII Mechanized Carabinieri Battalion "Trentino-Alto Adige", in Laives (M47 Patton tanks and M113 APCs)
    • Alpini Paratroopers Company, in Bolzano

Alpine Brigade "Taurinense"Edit

 
Alpine Brigade "Taurinense" in 1974

Alpine Brigade "Orobica"Edit

 
Alpine Brigade "Orobica" in 1974

Alpine Brigade "Tridentina"Edit

 
Alpine Brigade "Tridentina" in 1974

Carnia-Cadore Troops CommandEdit

The Carnia-Cadore Troops Command was responsible for the defense of the Cadore and Carnia regions.

Alpine Brigade "Cadore"Edit
 
Alpine Brigade "Cadore" in 1974
Alpine Brigade "Julia"Edit
 
Alpine Brigade "Julia" in 1974
 
Structure of the IV Alpine Army Corps in 1974

V Army CorpsEdit

  • V Army Corps, in Vittorio Veneto
    •   Lagunari Regiment "Serenissima", in Venice Lido[101]
    •   27th Heavy Self-propelled Artillery Regiment, in Udine[102]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Udine
      • I 175/60 Self-propelled Group, in Udine (M107 175mm self-propelled guns)
      • II 175/60 Self-propelled Group, in Udine (M107 175mm self-propelled guns)
      • III 175/60 Self-propelled Group, in Udine (M107 175mm self-propelled guns)
    •   41st Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, in Padua[103][62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Padua
      • I 155/45 Cannons Group, in Padua (M59 155mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Padua (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Padua (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • IV 155/23 Howitzers Group (Reserve), in Padua (M114 155mm towed howitzers, former III 155/23 Howitzers Group (Reserve) / 6th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, transferred and moved to Padua in 1974)
    •   3rd Sappers Fortification Regiment, in Orcenico Superiore[104]
      • Command and Services Company, in Orcenico Superiore
      • XXX Sappers Fortification Battalion, in Orcenico Superiore
      • XXXI Sappers Fortification Battalion, in Orcenico Superiore
    •   5th Engineer Regiment, in Udine[105]
      • Command and Services Company, in Udine
      • I Mining Engineer Battalion, in Udine
      • IV Mining Engineer Battalion, in Udine
      • V Army Corps Engineer Battalion, in Udine
      • 2nd Photoelectric Company, in Udine
      • 2nd Camouflage Company, in Udine
    • V Artillery Specialists Group, in Cordenons
    • V Light Aviation Battalion, at Casarsa Air Base[16] (L-21B Super Cub)
    • V General Use Helicopters Battalion, at Casarsa Air Base[16] (AB 204/205 helicopters)
    • V Army Corps Signal Battalion, in Codroipo
    • V Army Corps Transport Group, in Treviso
    • V Territorial Transport Group, in Montorio Veronese
    • V Supply, Repairs, Recovery Battalion, in Pordenone
    • XIII Mechanized Carabinieri Battalion "Friuli Venezia Giulia", in Gorizia

Armored Division "Ariete"Edit

 
Armored Division "Ariete" in 1974
  •   Armored Division "Ariete", in Pordenone
    •   8th Bersaglieri Regiment, in Pordenone[106]
    •   32nd Tank Regiment, in Tauriano[107]
      • Command and Services Company, in Tauriano (includes an anti-tank guided missile platoon)
      • III Tank Battalion, in Tauriano (M60A1 Patton main battle tanks)
      • V Tank Battalion, in Tauriano (M60A1 Patton main battle tanks)
      • XXIII Bersaglieri Battalion, in Tauriano (M113 armored personnel carriers)
    •   132nd Tank Regiment, in Aviano[108]
      • Command and Services Company, in Aviano (includes an anti-tank guided missile platoon)
      • VIII Tank Battalion, in Aviano (M60A1 Patton main battle tanks)
      • X Tank Battalion, in Aviano (M60A1 Patton main battle tanks)
      • XXXVIII Bersaglieri Battalion, in Aviano (M113 armored personnel carriers)
    •   132nd Armored Artillery Regiment, in Casarsa della Delizia[109]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Casarsa della Delizia
      • I Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Vacile (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • II Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Sequals (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • III Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Maniago (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • IV Heavy Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Casarsa della Delizia (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • V Heavy Self-propelled Artillery Group, in Casarsa della Delizia (M55 203mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • VI Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group (Reserve), in Casarsa della Delizia (Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft guns and 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine guns)[70]
      • Artillery Specialists Battery, in Casarsa della Delizia
    • "Cavalleggeri Guide" Squadrons Group, in Casarsa della Delizia[110] (Fiat Campagnola reconnaissance vehicles and M47 Patton tanks)[72]
    • LXXIII Infantry Fortification Battalion "Lombardia", in Arzene / Latisana[111]
    • Light Aviation Unit "Ariete", at Casarsa Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog light aircraft and AB 206 reconnaissance helicopters)
    • Engineer Battalion "Ariete", in Motta di Livenza
    • Signal Battalion "Ariete", in Casarsa della Delizia
    • Services Grouping "Ariete", in Pordenone
      • Command and Services Company, in Pordenone
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Ariete", in Pordenone
      • Transport Unit "Ariete", in Pordenone
      • I Services Battalion "Ariete", in Pordenone
      • II Services Battalion "Ariete", in Vacile
      • III Services Battalion "Ariete", in Maniago

Infantry Division "Folgore"Edit

 
Infantry Division "Folgore" in 1974
  •   Infantry Division "Folgore", in Treviso
    •   53rd Infantry Fortification Regiment "Umbria", in Ialmicco[112]
    •   82nd Infantry Regiment "Torino", in Gorizia
      • Command and Services Company, in Gorizia
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Trieste
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Cormons
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Gorizia
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Gorizia (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Gorizia (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   182nd Armored Infantry Regiment "Garibaldi", in Sacile[113]
    •   183rd Infantry Regiment "Nembo", in Cervignano del Friuli
      • Command and Services Company, in Cervignano del Friuli
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Villa Vicentina
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Cervignano del Friuli
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Gradisca d'Isonzo
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Gradisca d'Isonzo (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Cervignano del Friuli (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   33rd Field Artillery Regiment, in Treviso[114]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Treviso
      • I Field Artillery Group, in Gradisca d'Isonzo (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • II Field Artillery Group, in Gradisca d'Isonzo (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • III Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Treviso (M7 105mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • IV Heavy Field Artillery Group, in Treviso (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • V Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group (Reserve), in Treviso (Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft guns and 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine guns)[70]
      • Artillery Specialists Battery, in Treviso
    • "Cavalleggeri di Saluzzo" Squadrons Group, in Gradisca d'Isonzo (Fiat Campagnola reconnaissance vehicles and M47 Patton tanks)[72]
    • Light Aviation Unit "Folgore", at Treviso Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog light aircraft and AB 206 reconnaissance helicopters)
    • Engineer Battalion "Folgore", in Villa Vicentina
    • Signal Battalion "Folgore", in Treviso
    • Services Grouping "Folgore", in Treviso[115]
      • Command Platoon, in Treviso
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Folgore", in Treviso
      • Transport Unit "Folgore", in San Giorgio di Nogaro
      • Medical Battalion "Folgore", in Treviso
      • Provisions Supply Company "Folgore", in Treviso

Infantry Division "Mantova"Edit

 
Infantry Division "Mantova" in 1974
  •   Infantry Division "Mantova", in Udine
    •   52nd Infantry Fortification Regiment "Alpi", in Tarcento
    •   59th Infantry Regiment "Calabria", in Palmanova[116]
      • Command and Services Company, in Palmanova
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Cormons
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Cividale del Friuli
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Palmanova
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in (?) (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   76th Infantry Regiment "Napoli", in Cividale del Friuli
      • Command and Services Company, in Cividale del Friuli
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Cividale del Friuli
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Cividale del Friuli
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Cividale del Friuli
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Udine (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Cividale del Friuli (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   114th Infantry Regiment "Mantova", in Tricesimo
      • Command and Services Company, in Tricesimo
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Artegna
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Tarcento
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Tricesimo
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Tricesimo (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Tarcento (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   5th Field Artillery Regiment, in Udine[117]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Udine
      • I Field Artillery Group, in Palmanova (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • II Field Artillery Group, in Udine (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • III Field Artillery Group, in Udine (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • IV Heavy Field Artillery Group, in Tricesimo (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • V Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group (Reserve), in Udine (Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft guns and 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine guns)[70]
      • Artillery Specialists Battery, in Udine
    • "Lancieri di Aosta" Squadrons Group, in Cervignano del Friuli (Fiat Campagnola reconnaissance vehicles and M47 Patton tanks)[72][118]
    • LXIII Tank Battalion, in Cordenons (M47 Patton tanks)
    • Light Aviation Unit "Mantova", at Udine-Campoformido Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog light aircraft and AB 206 reconnaissance helicopters)
    • Engineer Battalion "Mantova", in Orzano di Remanzacco
    • Signal Battalion "Mantova", in Udine
    • Services Grouping "Mantova", in Orzano di Remanzacco[119]
      • Command Platoon, in Orzano di Remanzacco
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Mantova", in Udine
      • Transport Unit "Mantova", in Orzano di Remanzacco
      • Medical Battalion "Mantova", in Udine
      • Provisions Supply Company "Mantova", in Udine

Cavalry Brigade "Pozzuolo del Friuli"Edit

 
Cavalry Brigade "Pozzuolo del Friuli" in 1974
  •   Cavalry Brigade "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Gorizia[120]
    •   "Piemonte Cavalleria" Regiment (2nd), in Villa Opicina[121][85]
    •   "Genova Cavalleria" Regiment (4th), in Palmanova[122][85]
      • Command and Services Squadron, in Palmanova
      • I Squadrons Group, in Palmanova (Leopard 1 main battle tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)[85]
      • II Squadrons Group, in Palmanova (Leopard 1 main battle tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
      • III Squadrons Group, in Palmanova (Leopard 1 main battle tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
    •   8th Self-propelled Field Artillery Regiment, in Palmanova[123]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Palmanova
      • I Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Palmanova (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • II Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Banne (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • III Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in Banne (M109G 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
    • "Lancieri di Novara" Squadrons Group, in Codroipo (Leopard 1A2 main battle tanks)[85]
    • Light Aviation Unit "Pozzuolo del Friuli", at Udine-Campoformido Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog)
    • Engineer Company "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Palmanova
    • Signal Company "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Gorizia
    • Services Grouping "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Cervignano del Friuli
      • Command Platoon, in Cervignano del Friuli
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Cervignano del Friuli
      • Medical Battalion "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Cervignano del Friuli
      • Transport Unit "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Cervignano del Friuli
      • Provisions Supply Company "Pozzuolo del Friuli", in Cervignano del Friuli

III Missile BrigadeEdit

 
III Missile Brigade in 1974
  •   III Missile Brigade, in Portogruaro
    •   3rd Missile Artillery Regiment, in Portogruaro[124]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Portogruaro
      • I Missile Artillery Group, in Codognè (MGR-1 Honest John surface-to-surface missiles, ammunition included W31 nuclear warheads) (disbanded 31 July 1973)[124]
      • II Missile Artillery Group, in Portogruaro (MGR-1 Honest John surface-to-surface missiles, ammunition included W31 nuclear warheads)
      • III Missile Artillery Group, in Oderzo (MGR-1 Honest John surface-to-surface missiles, ammunition included W31 nuclear warheads)
      • IV Missile Artillery Group, in Elvas (MGR-1 Honest John surface-to-surface missiles, ammunition included W31 nuclear warheads) (disbanded 31 July 1973)[124]
      • 1st Fusiliers Company, in Codognè
      • 2nd Fusiliers Company, in Portogruaro
      • 3rd Fusiliers Company, in Oderzo
      • 4th Fusiliers Company, in Elvas
    • XIII Reconnaissance and Target Acquisition Group (GRACO), in Verona[125][126]
      • Command and Services Battery
      • Reconnaissance and Target Acquisition Battery
      • Unmanned Aircraft Battery (MQM-57 "Falconer" drones)
    • III Missile Brigade Light Aviation Unit, at Verona-Boscomantico Air Base[16]
      • Light Airplanes Section (L-19E Bird Dog)
      • General Use Helicopters Section (AB-204B helicopters)
      • Maintenance Section
    • XIII Signal Battalion, in Portogruaro
    • XIII Supply and Repairs Battalion, in Vicenza
    • XIV Heavy Artillery Group, in Trento (M115 203mm towed howitzers, ammunition included W33 nuclear artillery shells)
    • XV Heavy Artillery Group, in Verona (M115 203mm towed howitzers, ammunition included W33 nuclear artillery shells)[127]
    • XXI Engineer Battalion, in Vicenza[128]

Trieste Troops CommandEdit

 
Trieste Troops Command in 1974
  •   Trieste Troops Command, in Trieste
    •   151st Infantry Regiment "Sassari", in Trieste[129]
      • Command and Services Company, in Trieste
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Trieste
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Trieste
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Trieste
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Trieste (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   14th Field Artillery Regiment, in Trieste
      • Command and Services Battery, in Trieste
      • I Field Artillery Group, in Trieste (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • II Field Artillery Group, in Muggia (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
    • Engineer Platoon, in Trieste
    • Signal Platoon, in Trieste
    • Light Airplanes Section, at Trieste-Prosecco Heliport[16]
    • Services Squad, in Trieste
    • Carabinieri Squad, in Trieste
 
Structure of the V Army Corps in 1974

Northwestern Military Region - I C.M.T.Edit

 
Northwestern Military Region in 1974

Originally known as I Military Territorial Command (I Comando Militare Territoriale), it became the Northwestern Military Region - I C.M.T. (Regione Militare Nord Ovest - I C.M.T.) on 1 July 1957, after having taken over the territories of the disbanded II C.M.T. (Liguria region, minus La Spezia province) on 31 August 1956, and the territory of the III C.M.T. (Lombardy region, minus Brescia and Mantova provinces) on 1 July 1957. On the same date the III C.M.T. became the III Army Corps.[130]

  • Northwestern Military Region - I C.M.T., in Turin (Aosta, Liguria (minus La Spezia province), Lombardy (minus Brescia and Mantova provinces), and Piedmont regions)[131]
    •   11th Infantry Regiment "Casale" (CAR), in Casale Monferrato
      • Command and Services Company, in Casale Monferrato
      • I Battalion, in Casale Monferrato
      • II Battalion, in Casale Monferrato
      • III Battalion, in Casale Monferrato
    •   89th Infantry Regiment "Salerno" (CAR), in Imperia[132]
      • Command and Services Company, in Imperia
      • I Battalion, in Albenga
      • II Battalion, in Savona
      • III Battalion, in Imperia
      • IV Battalion, in Albenga
    • Recruits Training Battalion "Como", in Como
    • XLI Signal Battalion, in Turin
    • 1st Supply Unit, in Alessandria
    • 1st Mixed Transport Unit, in Turin
    • 1st Army Repairs Workshop Type B, in Turin
    • 3rd Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Milan
    • 1st Provisions Supply Company, in Turin
    • 1st Medical Company, in Milan
    • Main Military Hospital, in Milan
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Turin
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Genoa
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Brescia

Northeastern Military Region - V C.M.T.Edit

Originally known as V Military Territorial Command (V Comando Militare Territoriale), it became the Northeastern Military Region - V C.M.T. (Regione Militare Nord Est - V C.M.T.) on 1 July 1957, after having taken over the territory of the disbanded IV C.M.T. (Trentino-Alto Adige region) on 1 May 1952. On the same date the IV C.M.T. became the IV Army Corps and the V C.M.T. split to form the V Army Corps and V C.M.T.[133]

  • Northeastern Military Region - V C.M.T., in Padua (Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige, and Veneto regions and the two Lombardy provinces Brescia and Mantova)[134]
    • XXXI Signal Battalion, in Padua (until Third Army was disbanded on 1 April 1972 the unit was named: XXXI (Operations) Army Signal Battalion)[135]
    • XXXII Signal Battalion, in Padua (until the Third Army was disbanded on 1 April 1972 the unit was named: XXXII (Mixed) Army Signal Battalion)[135]
    • XLII Signal Battalion, in Padua
    • Mixed Electronic Warfare Company, in Conegliano[135]
    • 4th Supply Unit, in Verona
    • 5th Supply Unit, in Mestre
    • 4th Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Verona
    • 5th Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Dosson
    • 15th Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Padua
    • 4th Provisions Supply Company, in Verona
    • 5th Provisions Supply Company, in Padua
    • 4th Medical Company, in Verona
    • 5th Medical Company, in Udine
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Verona
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Padua
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Udine
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Bolzano

Tuscan-Emilian Military Region - VII C.M.T.Edit

Originally known as VII Military Territorial Command (VII Comando Militare Territoriale), it became the Tuscan-Emilian Military Region - VII C.M.T. (Regione Militare Tosco-Emiliana - VII C.M.T.) on 1 July 1957, after having taken over the territory of the disbanded VI C.M.T. (Emilia-Romagna region and two Marche provinces Ancona and Pesaro) on 1 September 1956. On the same date the VI C.M.T. became the VI Army Corps.[136][137] The VI Army Corps in Bologna was disbanded on 31 March 1972 and its units passed to the Tuscan-Emilian Military Region - VII C.M.T.

  • Tuscan-Emilian Military Region - VII C.M.T., in Florence (Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany regions, the Liguria province La Spezia, and the two Marche provinces Ancona and Pesaro)[138]
    •   28th Infantry Regiment "Pavia" (CAR), in Pesaro
      • Command and Services Company, in Pesaro
      • I Battalion, in Pesaro
      • II Battalion, in Fano
      • III Battalion, in Falconara Marittima
    •   84th Infantry Regiment "Venezia" (CAR), in Siena
      • Command and Services Company, in Siena
      • I Battalion, in Siena
      • II Battalion, in Pistoia
      • III Battalion, in Arezzo
    •   3rd Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, in Pisa[139][62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Pisa
      • I 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Pisa (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Pisa (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/23 Howitzers Group (Reserve), in Lucca (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • IV 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Lucca (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 3rd Artillery Specialists Battery, in Pisa
    •   6th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, in Piacenza (disbanded 15 September 1974, two groups of the regiment were transferred to the 8th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment and one to the 41st Heavy Field Artillery Regiment)[140][62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Piacenza
      • I 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Piacenza (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Piacenza (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/23 Howitzers Group (Reserve), in Piacenza (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 6th Artillery Specialists Battery, in Piacenza
    •   8th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, in Modena[140][62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Modena
      • I 155/45 Cannons Group, in Modena (M59 155mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Ferrara (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/23 Howitzers Group (Reserve), in Modena (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 8th Artillery Specialists Battery, in Modena
    •   2nd Bridge Engineer Regiment, in Piacenza[141]
      • Command and Services Company, in Piacenza
      • I Bridge Engineer Battalion, in Piacenza
      • II Bridge Engineer Battalion, in Legnago
      • III Bridge Engineer Battalion, in Piacenza
    •   Railway Engineer Regiment, in Castel Maggiore[142]
      • Command and Services Company, in Castel Maggiore
      • I Railway Engineer Battalion, in Castel Maggiore
      • II Railway Operations Battalion, in Turin (operated the Chivasso–Ivrea–Aosta railway)
      • VI Army Corps Engineer Battalion, in Bologna (supported the disbanded VI Corpo d'Armata)
    • XLIII Signal Battalion, in Florence / Bologna
    • 7th Supply Unit, in Sesto Fiorentino
    • 2nd Light Army Aviation Repairs Unit, at Bologna Air Base[16]
    • 7th Mixed Transport Unit, in Coverciano
    • 6th Army Repairs Workshop Type B, in Bologna
    • 7th Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Coverciano
    • 7th Provisions Supply Company, in Florence
    • 7th Medical Company, in Florence
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Bologna
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Florence
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Livorno
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Piacenza

Infantry Brigade "Trieste"Edit

Infantry Brigade "Friuli"Edit

Paratroopers Brigade "Folgore"Edit

 
Structure of the Tuscan-Emilian Military Region in 1974

Central Military Region - VIII C.M.T.Edit

Originally known as VIII Military Territorial Command (VIII Comando Militare Territoriale), it became the Central Military Region - VIII C.M.T. (Regione Militare Centrale - VIII C.M.T.) on 1 July 1957.[149]

  • Central Military Region - VIII C.M.T., in Rome (Abruzzo, Lazio, Marche (minus Ancona and Pesaro provinces) Sardinia, and Umbria regions)[150][151]
    •   80th Infantry Regiment "Roma" (CAR), in Orvieto
      • Command and Services Company, in Orvieto
      • I Battalion, in Sora
      • II Battalion, in Cassino
      • III Battalion, in Orvieto
    •   "Lancieri di Montebello" Regiment (8th), in Rome[152][85]
      • Command and Services Squadron, in Rome
      • I Squadrons Group, in Rome (M47 Patton tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
      • II Squadrons Group, in Rome (M47 Patton tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
      • III Squadrons Group, in Rome (M47 Patton tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers)
    • Recruits Training Battalion "Chieti", in Chieti
    • XLIV Signal Battalion, in Rome
    • 8th Supply Unit, in Rome
    • 1st Light Army Aviation Repairs Unit, at Bracciano Air Base[16]
    • 8th Mixed Transport Unit, in Rome
    • 8th Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Rome
    • 8th Provisions Supply Company, in Rome
    • 8th Medical Company, in Rome
    • Main Military Hospital, in Rome
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Chieti
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Perugia
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Anzio

Infantry Division "Granatieri di Sardegna"Edit

 
Infantry Division "Granatieri di Sardegna" in 1974
  •   Infantry Division "Granatieri di Sardegna", in Rome
    •   1st "Granatieri di Sardegna" Regiment, in Rome
      • Command and Services Company, in Rome
      • I Granatieri Battalion, in Rome
      • II Granatieri Battalion, in Rome
      • III Granatieri Battalion, in Rome
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in Civitavecchia (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • 32nd Granatieri Anti-tank Company, in Civitavecchia (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   3rd Armored Infantry Regiment, in Persano[153][154] (detached to the Scuola Truppe Meccanizzate e Corazzate)[155]
    •   17th Infantry Regiment "Acqui", in Sulmona
      • Command and Services Company, in Sulmona
      • I Infantry Battalion, in Sulmona
      • II Infantry Battalion, in Spoleto
      • III Infantry Battalion, in Cesano
      • IV Mechanized Battalion, in L'Aquila (M113 armored personnel carriers and M47 tanks)
      • Regimental Anti-tank Company, in Sulmona (anti-tank guided missiles and M47 tanks)
    •   13th Field Artillery Regiment, in L’Aquila[156]
      • Command and Services Battery, in L’Aquila
      • I Field Artillery Group, in Bracciano (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • II Field Artillery Group, in L'Aquila (M14/61 105mm towed howitzers)
      • III Self-propelled Field Artillery Group, in L'Aquila (M7 105mm self-propelled howitzers; 7th Battery assigned to 3rd Armored Infantry Regiment in Persano[153])
      • IV Heavy Field Artillery Group, in L’Aquila (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • V Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group (Reserve), in (?) (Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft guns and 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine guns)[70]
      • Artillery Specialists Battery, in L’Aquila
    • Light Aviation Unit "Granatieri di Sardegna", at Rome-Urbe Air Base[16] (L-19E Bird Dog light aircraft and AB 206 reconnaissance helicopters)
    • Engineer Battalion "Granatieri di Sardegna", in Rome[157]
    • Signal Battalion "Granatieri di Sardegna", in Rome
    • Services Grouping "Granatieri di Sardegna", in Civitavecchia[158]
      • Command Platoon, in Civitavecchia
      • Supply, Repairs, Recovery Unit "Granatieri di Sardegna", in L'Aquila
      • Transport Unit "Granatieri di Sardegna", in L'Aquila
      • Medical Battalion "Granatieri di Sardegna" (Reserve), in L'Aquila
      • Provisions Supply Company "Granatieri di Sardegna", in L'Aquila

Sardinia Military CommandEdit

  • Sardinia Military Command (Comando Militare della Sardegna - C.M.S.), in Cagliari (Sardinia region)[159]
    •   152nd Infantry Regiment "Sassari" (CAR), in Sassari
      • Command and Services Company, in Sassari
      • I Battalion, in Sassari
      • II Battalion, in Cagliari
      • III Battalion, in Macomer
    • Armored Units Training Ground, in Teulada[160]
      • Command and Services Company, in Teulada
      • I Armored Battalion, in Teulada
      • II Armored Battalion (Reserve), in Teulada
      • Transport Unit, in Teulada
      • Special Medium Workshop, in Teulada
      • General Use Helicopters Section, in Teulada
    • C.M.S. Light Aviation Unit, at Cagliari-Elmas Air Base[16] (L-21B Super Cub)
    • 12th Supply Unit, in Nuoro
    • 12th Mixed Transport Unit, in Cagliari
    • 12th Army Repairs Workshop Type B, in Cagliari
    • 12th Provisions Supply Company, in Cagliari
    • 12th Medical Company, in Cagliari
    • C.M.S. Signal Company, in Cagliari[161]
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Cagliari
 
Structure of the Central Military Region in 1974

Southern Military Region - X C.M.T.Edit

 
Southern Military Region in 1974

Originally known as X Military Territorial Command (X Comando Militare Territoriale), it became the Southern Military Region - X C.M.T. (Regione Militare Meridionale - X C.M.T.) on 1 July 1957, after having taken over the territory of the disbanded IX C.M.T. (Apulia, Basilicata, and Calabria regions, the latter without the Reggio Calabria province) on 1 September 1956.[162][163]

  • Southern Military Region - X C.M.T., in Naples (Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria (minus Reggio Calabria province), Campania and Molise regions)[164]
    •   48th Infantry Regiment "Ferrara" (CAR), in Bari[165]
      • Command and Services Company, in Bari
      • I Battalion, in Bari
      • II Battalion, in Campobasso
      • III Battalion, in Potenza
      • IV Battalion, in Barletta
    •   9th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment, in Foggia[62]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Foggia
      • I 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Foggia (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • II 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Barletta (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • III 155/23 Howitzers Group, in Persano (M114 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 9th Artillery Specialists Battery, in Foggia
    • I Armored Troops Recruits Training Battalion, in Avellino
    • II Armored Troops Recruits Training Battalion, in Salerno
    • Recruits Training Battalion "Sila", in Cosenza
    • XLV Signal Battalion, in Naples
    • 10th Supply Unit, in Naples
    • 10th Mixed Transport Unit, in Naples
    • 9th Army Repairs Workshop Type B, in Bari
    • 10th Army Repairs Workshop Type A, in Naples
    • 10th Provisions Supply Company, in Naples
    • 10th Medical Company, in Bari
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Bari
    • Military Hospital Type A, in Caserta
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Naples
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Catanzaro

Infantry Brigade "Pinerolo"Edit

Sicily Military Region - XI C.M.T.Edit

 
Sicily Military Region in 1974

Originally known as XI Military Territorial Command (XI Comando Militare Territoriale), it became the Sicily Military Region - XI C.M.T. on 1 July 1957 (Regione Militare della Sicilia - XI C.M.T.).[167]

  • Sicily Military Region - XI C.M.T., in Palermo (Sicily region and the Calabria province of Reggio Calabria)[168]
    •   46th Infantry Regiment "Reggio" (CAR), in Palermo[169]
      • Command and Services Company, in Palermo
      • I Battalion, in Palermo
      • II Battalion, in Palermo
      • III Battalion, in Palermo
    •   60th Infantry Regiment "Calabria" (CAR), in Trapani[170]
      • Command and Services Company, in Trapani
      • I Battalion, in Trapani
      • II Battalion, in Trapani
      • III Battalion, in Trapani
    • 11th Supply Unit, in Messina
    • 11th Mixed Transport Unit, in Palermo
    • 6th Signal Company, in Palermo[171]
    • 11th Army Repairs Workshop Type B, in Palermo
    • 11th Provisions Supply Company, in Palermo
    • 11th Medical Company, in Palermo
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Palermo
    • Military Hospital Type B, in Messina

Infantry Brigade"Aosta"Edit

Anti-aircraft Artillery CommandEdit

 
Anti-aircraft Artillery Command in 1974

In peacetime the Anti-aircraft Artillery Command fell under administrative command of the Artillery Inspectorate in Rome, in wartime it would have fallen under operational control of NATO's Allied Land Forces Southern Europe Command in Verona.

  •   Anti-aircraft Artillery Command, in Padua
    •   4th Anti-aircraft Missile Artillery Regiment, in Mantova[173]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Mantova
      • I Missile Group, in Ravenna (MIM-23 Hawk anti-aircraft missile systems)
      • II Missile Group, in Mantova (MIM-23 Hawk anti-aircraft missile systems)
      • 24th Signal Company, in Mantova
    •   5th Anti-aircraft Missile Artillery Regiment, in Mestre[174]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Mestre
      • I Missile Group, in San Donà di Piave (MIM-23 Hawk anti-aircraft missile systems)
      • II Missile Group, in Rovigo (MIM-23 Hawk anti-aircraft missile systems)
      • 25th Signal Company, in Mestre
    •   17th Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment, in Brescia[175]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Brescia
      • I Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, at Verona-Villafranca Air Base (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
      • II Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, at Treviso-Istrana Air Base (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
      • III Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, in Lodi (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons) (disbanded 1 February 1973)
      • IV Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, at Ghedi Air Base (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
    •   18th Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment, in Rimini[176]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Rimini
      • I Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, in Rimini (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
      • II Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, in Ferrara (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
    •   121st Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment, in Bologna[177]
      • Command and Services Battery, in Bologna
      • I Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, in Bologna (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
      • II Light Anti-aircraft Artillery Group, in Reggio Emilia (L/70 40mm anti-aircraft cannons)
    • Anti-aircraft Missiles Supply and Repairs Unit, in Montichiari
    • Anti-aircraft Artillery Materiel Supply and Repairs Unit, in Bologna

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