Rohling, Biasiutti attend Italian Republic Day celebration



By Maria Cavins, U.S. Army Garrison Italy Public Affairs SETAF-Africa Vicenza, Italy Jun 02, 2021
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Maj. Gen. Andrew M. Rohling, the U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa commander, and Col. Michele Biasiutti, the U.S. Army Garrison Italy senior Italian officer, attended Vicenza’s Republic Day celebration in Piazza dei Signori in downtown Vicenza, Italy, June 2. This year marks the 75th Italian Republic Day, or Festa della Repubblica, which signifies the date that the country voted by referendum in favor of the republican form of government and Italy became a republic. The U.S. Army has had a home in Northern Italy for more than 65 years, when the Southern European Task Force was established in October 1955. U.S. Army photos by Maria Cavins)

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