Philippine Military Academy

Baguio City, Philippines

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  • Philippine Military Academy

    Established: 1936 Baguio City

    The Philippine Military Academy (PMA, Filipino: Akademiyang Militar ng Pilipinas) is the Philippine military school of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. PMA was established on December 21, 1936 by the virtue of Commonwealth Act ...

    Branch: Armed Forces of the Philippines

    Motto: Courage, Integrity, Loyalty

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