1a Armata eItaliana

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This military unit played an important role in creating military history, however today it is no longer active

1a Armata eItaliana

Armata eItaliana.jpg

Salus rei publicae suprema lex esto

General Information
Founded June 2008
Disbanded 2012
Country Flag-Italy.jpg Italy
Colors Red, white and green
Type Armada
Total Soldiers 78 (September 28, 2009)
Part of eItalian Army

1a Armata eItaliana (Eng. 1st eItalian Armada) contained the strongest soldiers of the eItalian Army. In fact, the minimum requirements to be in it was having at least 10 strength and a rank of Icon rank Captain.png Captain. Due to its relevance, their members were usually deployed where ever the Commander in Chief ordered them (mostly outside of Italy).

Media activity

Its newspaper was Comando 1a armata[1] and its last article was in Day 981[2] by caleroide.


  • Formed in June 2008
  • Headquartered in California, USA
  • Motto: " Salus rei publicae suprema lex esto"
  • Colours: Red, White, Green
  • Soldiers: 78 on September 28, 2009


This is the list of known Commanders of the 1st Italian Armada:


Unknown vice-commanders for 2010 This is the list of known vice-commanders of the 1st Italian Armada:


The 1dt eItalian Armada originally had three divisions:

  • Paracadutisti Folgore.jpg Paracadutisti Folgore
  • Pozzuolo del Friuli.jpg Pozzuolo del Friuli
  • Bersaglieri Garibaldi.jpg Bersaglieri Garibaldi

Later on, Armada was reorganized into nine divisions with approximately 11 soldiers each:

  • Corazzata Centauro.jpg Corazzata Centauro (Fulmineo fuoco di fulminea mole)
  • Cavalleria Nerd.jpg Cavalleria Nerd
  • Divisione Arditi.png Arditi
  • Divisione San Marco.jpg San Marco
  • Alpina Julia v2.jpg Alpina Julia
  • Lupi di Toscana.jpg Lupi di Toscana (Ma questi non sono uomini, sono lupi)
  • Divisione Folgore.png Folgore
  • Divisione Lagunari.png Serenissima (Come lo scoglio infrango come l'onda travolgo)
  • Corazzata Ariete.jpg Ariete


The 1st eItalian Armada, as the 2nd, the 3rd and the 4th, was abandoned in August 2011 to give the way to the division in brigades; it was restored temporarily, along with the other armadas, in March 2012 until the introduction of the brand new military module. As a consequence, the eItalian Army was divided into regiments.