Military Schools in Norway

How many Norwegian military academies are there?

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  • Norwegian Air Force Academy

    Established: 1949 Trondheim

    The Royal Norwegian Air Force Academy (RNoAFA) is the Norwegian Air Force's college which conducts officer training for the RNoAF and the Norwegian Armed Forces.

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  • Norwegian Defence Staff College

    Established: N/A Oslo

    NORDCSC qualifies personnel for staff service and executive positions on an intermediate and higher level in the war and peace organisation. NORDCSC contributes to professional qualification of staff within strategy, operations and staff service.

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  • Norwegian Military Academy

    Established: 1750 Oslo

    The Norwegian Military Academy (Krigsskolen), in Oslo, educates officers of the Norwegian Army and serves as the King's Royal Guard. The academy was established in 1750.

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  • Norwegian Naval Academy

    Established: 1817 Laksevã¥g

    The Royal Norwegian Naval Academy (RNoNA, Sjã¸krigsskolen in Norwegian) is located at Laksevã¥g in Bergen. It was formally established October 27, 1817 in Frederiksvern. The institution educates officers for the Royal Norwegian Navy.

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