Camicia Nera was one of the Soldati-class destroyer built for Regia Marina. The most modern of the Italian destroyers belonged to this class. It was reinforced firepower, and anti-aircraft armament during the war. Camicia Nera saw very extensive service during World War II, carrying out overall 302 war missions; she participated in the Battle of Calabria (July 1940), Cape Passero (October 1940), Operation Vigorous (mid-June 1942), Operation Pedestal (mid-August 1942), and Skerki Bank (December 1942). She also escorted dozens of supply convoys between Italy and North Africa. She was with Aviere when she was sunk. Camicia Nera was renamed Artigliere after the fall of Fascism in July 1943, and survived to the end of the war. It was compensated to Soviet Union after Italy surrendered in 1943, and served in Soviet Union as Lovky (Russian: Ловкий) until retired in 1960s.
She dressed up herself like an angel with a halo. Two guns beside her also have wings like angels just being relative to the Aviere (little devil).