Military academy

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A military academy trains people to be military officers.

 

Examples

Page nameDescription
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource StrategyTasked with preparing selected military officers for war industry, logistics and strategic resources planning.
Federal Academy for Security Policy"Acceptance of Germany’s security policy by the general public is a vital element of security itself. The intensified public debate on security issues requires competent executive personnel within the government, the business sector, the scientific community and the media who are able to take the necessary lead in the formation of opinion.”
Frunze Military AcademyOne of the most prestigious military educational institutions in the Soviet Union
General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania
General Military AcademyResponsible for the initial training for officers of the Spanish Army, and for the officers of the Civil Guard.
NATO/Defense CollegeMeeting place for policy makers and military officers.
Norwegian Defence University CollegeOffers 'leadership courses' for key military and civilian decision-makers
Pakistan Military AcademyThe most prestigious military academy in Pakistan, training future leaders.
Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
Royal Military College DuntroonThe Australian Army's officer training establishment
School of the AmericasAlso known as the "coup school", its graduates include most of the worst torturers in Latin America.
The Citadel
US Air Force Academy
US/Coast Guard/AcademyService academy of the United States Coast Guard.
United States Merchant Marine AcademyTrains cadets to serve as officers in the United States Merchant Marine, branches of the military, and the transportation industry.
United States Military Academy
Woolwich Royal Military AcademyBritish academy for the training of commissioned officers of the Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers 1741-1939.


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