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3rd Army Corps (Italy)

3º Corpo d'armata
3rd Army Corps
Active 1 April 1860 - 1 December 2000
Country Italy
Branch Italian Army
Role Corps Command
Garrison/HQ Milan
Engagements Third Italian War of Independence, World War I, Second Italo-Ethiopian War, World War II, Multinational Force in Lebanon

The 3rd Army Corps was one of three corps the Italian Army fielded during the Cold War. Based in the regions

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