Indonesian Air Force Academy

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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  • Indonesian Air Force Academy

    Established: 1965 Yogyakarta

    The Indonesian Air Force Academy (AAU) (Indonesian: Akademi Angkatan Udara) has a history that dates back to 1945 when it was a flight school, it was officially inaugurated in 1965.

    Branch: Indonesian Air Force

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