The normal pupils marshals of Taranto on an educational visit

(To Marina Militare)

With the outing at sea on the ultra-modern PPA (Pattugliatore Polivalente d'Altura) Morosini The first cycle of training and acclimatization visits on board the units of the naval squadron and the ground commands of the Navy has ended in favor of a rate of students belonging to the 23rd, 24th and 25th normal course marshals of Mariscuola Taranto.

With the aim of expanding their professional background and getting to know the technical and operational environments that will see them engaged in their next employment in FA, the future non-commissioned officers were able to appreciate the high level of technology of the aircraft carrier Cavour, frigates Alpine e Martinengo and they were able to test the PPA Morosini engaged in Naval Training (TIRNAV) at sea, everything happened under the careful supervision of the young marshals of the normal roles already embarked for some years.

For the student marshals of the TSC / EAD category, an ad hoc visit was organized at the command of the second naval division (COMDINAV DUE) and the telecommunications center of Taranto (MARITELE) where, thanks to fellow computer marshals, they familiarized themselves with the and technology linked to the world of satellite communications and cyber security.

Finally, for student marshals Nocchieri di Porto (NP), a visit to the Maritime Directorate of Bari has been scheduled, accessing the operations room of the VI MRSC and the COSPAS-SARSAT satellite station from where the soldiers of the Port Authority manage the operational activities and maritime air search and rescue ( SAR - Search And Rescue). The visit on board the class 400 patrol boat was particularly exciting for the marshal students Walter Fachin moored in the port of Bari.

“It was a very interesting and dynamic activity that allowed us to start probing the ground on which we are going to operate; the staff we met on board and at the Ground Commands was extremely helpful, we were always welcomed in a professional and at the same time familiar atmosphere. We felt part of an organization, a crew.” The comment of the 1st cl student. NP Andrea Bertoletti.