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Royal Australian Naval College

Jervis Bay, Australia

  • Royal Australian Naval College

    Established: 1915 Jervis Bay

    Located in Jervis Bay, the Royal Australian Naval College (RANC) was established a century ago in 1915 by the Royal Australian Navy.

    Branch: Royal Australian Navy

    Motto: Honor - Integritas - Virtus / Honor - Integrity - Virtue

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Royal Australian Naval College