Egyptian Air Academy

Ash Sharqia, Egypt

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  • Egyptian Air Academy

    Established: 1951 Ash Sharqia

    The Egyptian Air Academy (EAA) (Arabic: الكلية الجوية المصرية) is the Egyptian Air Force's premier academy located in Ash Sharqia and founded in 1951.

    Branch: Egyptian Air Force

    Motto: الإيمان - التضحية - المجد / Faith - Sacrifice - Glory

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