NCOs Rosario Fazzone (left) and Simone Rafaelli of 186th Parachute Regiment, Folgore Brigade, monitor operations during Command Post Exercise training

NCOs Rosario Fazzone (left) and Simone Rafaelli of 186th Parachute Regiment, Folgore Brigade, monitor operations during Command Post Exercise training at the Vicenza Mission Training Complex on Caserma Ederle Jan. 29, 2013. The paratroopers, stationed in Pisa and Livorno, traveled to Caserma Ederle to conduct a regimental level Command Post Exercise, or CPX. The rotation was the latest in an ongoing series of joint trainings and exchanges with their airborne partners, the Sky Soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team. Dowload higest-resolution version(1233 by 350 pixels)

NCOs Rosario Fazzone (left) and Simone Rafaelli of 186th Parachute Regiment, Folgore Brigade, monitor operations during Command Post Exercise training at the Vicenza Mission Training Complex on Caserma Ederle Jan. 29, 2013. The paratroopers, stationed in Pisa and Livorno, traveled to Caserma Ederle to conduct a regimental level Command Post Exercise, or CPX. The rotation was the latest in an ongoing series of joint trainings and exchanges with their airborne partners, the Sky Soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team.

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