Swears in the 37th class of the selected reserve

(To Army Majority State)

The swearing-in of the officers of the 37th course of the selected reserve took place in the Aula Magna of Palazzo Arsenale.​​​​​

In front of the flag of the command for training and application school, thirty-eight officers pronounced the individual formula to the Italian Republic and solemnly confirmed their commitment to serve the institutions of the State with discipline and honor. Family and friends also attended the event.

The commander of the training institute, Army Corps General Stefano Mannino, during his speech highlighted how the pool of officers from the selected reserve constitutes a strategic resource, a way of creating a system with the civil world, in a perspective of mutual exchange and cultural and professional enrichment.

The 37th course includes 26 men and 12 women, professionals in the fields of law, graduates in economics, engineering, languages, medicine, but also in physics, journalism, international relations and political science.

During their stay in Turin, the officers followed a five-week training cycle which saw them engaged in theoretical studies and practical exercises.

The aim of the course was to provide attendees with the knowledge necessary for their correct insertion into the Armed Force in anticipation of future employment in national and international operational contexts.