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R.O.C. Military Academy

Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

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  • R.O.C. Military Academy

    Established: 1950 Kaohsiung City

    The Republic of China Military Academy (ROCMA); Chinese: 中華民國陸軍軍官學校; pinyin: Zhōnghúa Mīngúo Lùjūn Jūnguān Xúexiào; literally: "Republic of China Army Officer School"; or abbreviated (Chinese: 陸軍官校; pinyin: Lùjūn Guānxiào; literally: "Army Officer School"), is the ...

    Motto: Fraternity, Devotion, Sincerity.

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