Naval and Maritime Academy

Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

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  • Naval and Maritime Academy

    Established: 1967 Trincomalee

    Naval and Maritime Academy (NMA) plays the most prominent role by imparting professional training for both Officers and Senior / Junior ratings in Sri Lanka Navy (SLN). The Academy is situated within the picturesque Naval ...

    Branch: Sri Lanka Navy

    Motto: The desciplined are the noblest of men

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