José María Córdova Military School

Bogotá, Colombia

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  • José María Córdova Military School

    Established: 1907 Bogotá

    José María Córdova Military School (ESMIC) (Spanish: La Escuela Militar de Cadetes "General José María Córdova") was established in 1907.

    Branch: Colombian Armed Forces

    Motto: Patria, honor y lealtad / Homeland, honor and loyalty

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