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The history of the 154th Flying Group began on 25 October 1940 in the Albanian base of Berat, where it operated until April 1941 as an Autonomous Group. Once transferred to Italy in November of the same year, the Group, nicknamed "Red Devils", was assigned to carry out patrol missions mainly on the Aegean Sea.

Thanks to the heroic exploits of its pilots during the Second World War, the flag of the Group was decorated with the Silver Medal for Military Valor, an honor that makes it the only group in service decorated for military valor.

Disbanded at the end of the war, the 154th Flying Group was reconstituted on 1 September 1952 within the 6th Wing of the Italian Air Force based in Ghedi, with which it shares the famous symbol of the "red devil".

The Group was initially equipped with the DH.100 “Vampire” aircraft and later with the F-84F “Thunderstreak”. In 1963, the conversion to the F-104G "Starfighter" began until 27 August 1982, the day of the landing on the Ghedi airstrip of the first iconic PA200 "Tornado". From the early years, the 154th Group took part in various real operations and exercises with ground attack missions, tactical interdiction, and photographic reconnaissance.

Today, together with the 102nd and 155th Flying Group, the Red Devils constitute the operational heart of the 6th Wing of Ghedi and are committed every day to guarantee the defense and security of Italy and NATO countries.

Discover the limited-edition capsule dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the 154th "Red Devils" Flying Group. Garments without equals that tell, through vivid prints and embroidery, the professionalism, courage and passion of one of the most glorious departments of the Italian Air Force.