Until the 90s, the Italian infantry was the worst army among NATO armies.
It lacked assault rifles, light machine guns, counter-tank rocket launchers, and more.
Thanks to the out-of-area missions, which initiated the modernization of the Italian FFAA, the infantry also began to receive more modern armaments.
At what point are we and what will be the next news?
What are the urgencies in replacing the supplies?
We are discussing it today, Friday 4 November at 15.00 pm together with Tiziano Ciocchetti, the head of the "military world" area of the newspaper, in a new episode of "Single Use" (Difesa Online social channels Facebook and YouTube).
See you there!