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Military Schools in Japan

How many Japanese military academies are there?

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  • Japan Coast Guard Academy

    Established: N/A Hiroshima

    The Japan Coast Guard Academy (海上保安大学校 KaijŠ Ho'an DaigakkŠ) is a university-level academy established within the Japan Coast Guard for the purpose of training students to become officers.

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  • National Defense Academy of Japan

    Established: 1953 Kanagawa

    National Defense Academy of Japan (防衛大学校 BŠei DaigakkŠ), abbreviated NDA (防大 BŠdai) is the national, four-year university-level military academy.

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  • National Defense Medical College

    Established: 1973 Saitama

    The National Defense Medical College (防衛医科大学校 BŠei Ika DaigakkŠ?) is Japan's six-year university-level military academy under control of the Ministry of Defense.

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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.

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