Mozhaisky Military Space Academy

St. Petersburg, Russia

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  • Mozhaisky Military Space Academy

    Established: 1712 St. Petersburg

    Alexander Mozhaysky Military Space Academy is a military institute of higher education, situated in St.Petersburg. This is the academy responsible for the training of the future officers and NCOs of the Russian Aerospace Defence Forces, the ...

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