Lebanese Army Military Academy

Fayadieh, Lebanon

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  • Lebanese Army Military Academy

    Established: 1921 Fayadieh

    The Lebanese Army Military Academy (Arabic: الكلية الحربية‎ Al Kulliya al Harbiya) is a part of the Lebanese Armed Forces. The academy is situated at Shikri Ghanem military base, Fayadieh and is attached administratively to ...

    Motto: Knowledge - Sacrifice

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