Skybrokers de-installed an Andrew 3.7m antenna at Caserma Ederle (Camp Ederle) in Vicenza Italy
Skybrokers de-installed an Andrew 3.7m antenna at Caserma Ederle (Camp Ederle) in Vicenza Italy.
In 2015 Skybrokers was requested by long-time customer Media Broadcast Satellite (MBS), to remove an Andrew 3.7m antenna from a 2-story building at Caserma Ederle (Camp Ederle), a US Military base in Vicenza in Italy. The de-installation project was successfully finished in July 2015 with great help from our friends, Loris and Jessica from EasySat in Italy. Without their help for arranging the crane we couldn’t do the job!
MBS has its teleport operations in Usingen near Frankfurt, Germany. It is one of the world’s largest teleport operators and offers tailor-made solutions for the areas of broadcast, data, teleport and data centers.
Caserma Ederle, located in Vicenza, Italy, is a military complex where the United States Army maintains a presence. The complex is operated by the Italian military and remains under their control at all times. Within the Vicenza Military Community, there are soldiers, family members, civilians, and retirees, along with a small number of airmen and sailors who are stationed there. This military installation serves as the headquarters for United States Army Africa and the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Additionally, Caserma Ederle is the main base for U.S. Army Garrison Italy, which falls under the United States Army Installation Management Command and oversees all U.S. military properties in Vicenza. The post is named after Major Carlo Ederle, an esteemed Italian hero of World War I, who received various military honors, including the French Croix de Guerre (French War Cross).