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  • Military School Directory is a global directory of military academies and schools. We focus primarily on mapping university-level education for military personnel (ie: not secondary schools). To date, our database covers over 500 such institutions in 133 countries. We list academies in Iran, North Korea, Libya, China, everywhere, side-by-side, without prejudice or promotion, in the pursuit of knowledge. This directory is not meant to be a recruitment tool.

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