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Military Schools in Kazakhstan

How many Kazakhstani military academies are there?

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  • Kazakhstan National Defense University

    Established: 2002 Shchuchinsk

    By the Decree of President of the Republic of Kazakhstan № 815 dated by February 27, 2002 “On reorganization of state institution Military academy of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan” and by ...

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  • Military Institute of Air Defence Forces

    Established: 1996 Aktobe

    Military Institute of Air Defence Forces named after twice Hero of Soviet Union T.Y. Begeldinov. The Institute was created under the resolution No. 688 of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan on June 4, ...

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  • Military Institute of Land Forces

    Established: 1970 Almaty

    Military institute of Land Forces. Its history began from the Almaty higher general command school which had been established in 1970 on the grounds of the Resolution of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of ...

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