Italian cruiser Caio Duilio (C554)

Italian Cruiser Caio Duilio (C554)

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Italian cruiser Caio Duilio (C554)

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Caio Duilio (C554)' was an helicopter cruiser of the Marina Militare. Built by Navalmeccanica at Castellammare di Stabia, it was named after the Roman consul Gaius Duilius.

Laid down in 1958, the ship was launched in 1962, and commissioned in 1964.

The ship was assigned to the 2° Gruppo Navale d’Altura (2nd High Seas Naval Group) of the II Divisione Navale (2nd Naval Division), based in Taranto. In the 1980s she was transferred to La Spezia, while her twin, the Andrea Doria, moved from there to Taranto.

The Caio Duilio then served as a school ship for the Accademia Navale di Livorno. It was decommissioned in 1990.


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