Army Officers’ Academy

Dresden, Germany

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  • Army Officers’ Academy

    Established: 1956 Dresden

    The Army Officers' Academy (OSH) in Dresden is the central training center of the Armed Forces for the officers.

    Branch: German Army

    Motto: In Freiheit dienen / Serve in Freedom

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