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Army Special Forces Command (Italy)


Jan 20, 2022

The Army Special Forces Command (Italian: Comando delle Forze Speciali dell’Esercito – COMFOSE) in Pisa is a brigade-level command of the Italian Army, which is responsible for the training, preparation, doctrinal and procedural development, and the materiel acquisition of the army’s special forces and special operation forces.[1] Operationally the units of the Army Special Forces Command fall under the Joint Special Forces Operations Command (Italian: Comando interforze per le operazioni delle Forze speciali – COFS). The command was activated on 19 September 2014 in Pisa.[2]

Army Special Forces Command
Comando delle Forze Speciali dell’Esercito

Coat of Arms of the Army Special Forces Command
Active 19 September 2014 – present
Country Italy
Allegiance Italian Army
Branch Army
Role Special Forces
Size Brigade
Garrison/HQ Pisa
Military unit

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As of September 2020 the command is organized as follows:

The units of the Command are supported by the Army Aviation Brigade‘s 3rd Special Operations Helicopter Regiment “Aldebaran”.

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