From the 23 to the 27 March, the Navy lands at the Museum of Science and Technology

(To Marina Militare)

From the 23 to the 27 in March the Darsena of Viale Gorizia in Milan will host the personnel of the Navy and the National Association of Sailors of Italy (ANMI) which, through numerous demonstrative and interactive activities, will tell visitors, lovers of naval history and those who wish to discover up close the Navy, the excellences of the Armed Forces.

During the five days of activity, which will culminate with an intervention by the Chief of Staff of the Navy Admiral Valter Girardelli at the Catholic University, an Institutional Exhibition of the Navy will be set up from 09.00 to 19.00 with free admission to the headquarters of the 'ANMI of Viale Gorizia 9 / B, dedicated to the "specialist" components of the Navy to introduce the history, traditions and technological innovations that make the Navy a reference point for Made in Italy and Italian excellence in the world.

Anyone visiting the Navy exhibition will also receive a voucher which, presented at the ticket office of the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, will give entitlement to benefit from the reduced-rate admission ticket on the 23, 26 and 27 March days.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet up close with the #Professional staff of the Sea that daily operate at the service of the country and the community, with their equipment and means provided: raiders, helicopters and naval mine-workers embarked on the units of the Countermeasure Forces Command Mine. Moreover, in the external area, a Hurricane attack boat will be on display, supplied to the Raiders of the Underwater and Raiders Command (COMSUBIN), already used in international missions, and the Mobile Information Center of the Italian Navy.

It will also be an opportunity for the youngest to request information on career opportunities in the various specializations and roles of the Armed Forces, to become part of the great family of the Navy.

A series of activities of profound historical and cultural interest will be developed on March 27 as part of a conference "The assaulters of the Navy yesterday and today" which will take place from the 9.00 to the 1200 at the "Conte Biancamano" Hall of the National Science Museum and Technology. Among these, the theatrical show "The sinking of the Viribus Unitis" of the Gold Medal for Military Valor Raffaele Paolucci (Impresa di Pola del 1918) and the presentation of the book "The Submarine and Incursor Command of the Navy - ComSubIn".