Guests honor American and Italian anthems, played by the Folgore band, during the ribbon cutting ceremony of the revolving bridge over the Navicelli Canal at Camp Darby, Pisa Ammunition Storage Area Italy, Sep. 22, 2022. Camp Darby celebrates the completion of a $42 million infrastructure modernization project, that includes railway bridge over the Navicelli Canal, upgrades to canal docks and a safe zone of loading and unloading ammunition. The project funded by the U.S. government, is a key strategic project and contributes to improving security at the site.
Guests honor American and Italian anthems, played by the Folgore band, during the ribbon cutting ceremony of the revolving bridge over the Navicelli Canal at Camp Darby, Pisa Ammunition Storage Area Italy, Sep. 22, 2022. Camp Darby celebrates the completion of a $42 million infrastructure modernization project, that includes railway bridge over the Navicelli Canal, upgrades to canal docks and a safe zone of loading and unloading ammunition. The project funded by the U.S. government, is a key strategic project and contributes to improving security at the site. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Elena Baladelli) VIEW ORIGINAL

Livorno, ITALY - A 16th century canal in Italy is part of a $42 million construction project that includes a new bridge, upgrades to canal docks and a safe zone for loading and unloading ammunition. The project on the Navicelli Canal was unveiled 22 September, 2022 in a ceremony attended by U.S. and Italian military representatives.

"This infrastructure represents a tremendous investment that will significantly increase our ability to support operations both in Europe and in Africa," said Maj. Gen. Todd R. Wasmund, Commanding General, U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa.

A $42 million upgrade to the Pisa Ammunition Storage Area railways and docks was unveiled at Camp Darby, Italy, September 22, 2022.

Video by Staff Sgt. Brandon Rickert, AFN Vicenza
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