Royal Military College, Duntroon

Canberra, Australia

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  • Royal Military College, Duntroon

    Established: 1911 Canberra

    Royal Military College, Duntroon (RMC-D) is an Australian Army school located in Canberra that was established in 1911.

    Branch: Australian Army

    Motto: Doctrina Vin Promovet / Learning promotes one's natural innate talent

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Royal Military College, Duntroon