The Bove Commission (COM-BO) is formed by a group of experts and volunteers from governmental and private institutions, with the common goal of getting more historic information on the dismantling of the Italian Giacomo Bove Station in Antarctica (WAP ITA-Ø1).
It is known that, in september 1976, the argentine ship ARA G.ral S. Martin Q4, “El Sapo” with approximately 30 marines from the Armada, was called to remove the Italian Scientific Station built by Cepparo’s Expedition and named after Giacomo Bove . The removed material was first transferred to other ship, ARA Bahia del Buen Suceso and then, to Buenos Aires where it should still be available in some containers of the Armada, forgotten or hidden in some old building of the Armada.
40 years ago the political situation both in Argentina and in Italy was much different compare to now. After more than 40 years, it is time to open the folders and look for the documents that explain to the Italians and the Argentines what was the real reason for this choice.
The great friendship, that joins the two Cuntries today, could be the element that will allow to shed light on a situation that nowadays is still very strange!
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