Naval Academy Etajima

Hiroshima, Japan

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  • Naval Academy Etajima

    Established: 1888/1956 Hiroshima

    Etajima base (JMSDF Etajima Naval Base) in Etajima city, Hiroshima prefecture is located in the Etajima-cho government building and is the base of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.

    Branch: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.

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