Royal Military Academy has been the name of two different institutions of the British Army:
- Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, established in 1741 and closed in 1939
- Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, established in 1947
- Royal Military Academy (Belgium), the military university of Belgium.
- Royal Military Academy (Jordan), the military university of the Kingdom of Jordan.
- Royal Military Academy (Netherlands), the military university of the Netherlands.
- Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy in Thailand
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... Royal Military College (disambiguation). ...
... Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy (CRMA) was founded on August 5, 1887, by King Chulachomklao or King Rama V and also known as King Chulalongkorn ... It was originally called the Royal Military Academy ... On January 1, 1948, it was merged with the Royal Thai Army Polytechniques Institute, under the new name, Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, in the honor of King Chulachomklao ...
... This is a list detailing the Military service by the members of the Royal Family, namely formal military service and not the honorary titles given to the members of the Royal Family ... Service Information Name of Royal Branch of Service Rank Years of Service War time service Unit Military Training Medals Other Prince William, Duke of Cambridge RAF, British Army RN Flight. 22 Squadron (RAF Search and Rescue Force) Royal Military Academy Sandhurst RAF Cranwell Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal Commodore-in-Chief of HMNB Clyde Commodore-in-Chief of the Royal Navy Submarine Service ...
... College, Oxford, alterations to the Hall Chapel 1792-5 Royal Military Academy, Woolwich 1796-1805 Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich 1796-7 Palace of Westminster, restoration of the House of Lords 1800-13 ...
... The Pre–Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (Pre-RMAS), commonly known simply as PRAMS, is a course designed to develop the potential of candidates deemed uncultured or character ...
Famous quotes containing the words academy, royal and/or military:
“...I have come to make distinctions between what I call the academy and literature, the moral equivalents of church and God. The academy may lie, but literature tries to tell the truth.”
—Dorothy Allison (b. 1949)
“High from the summit of a craggy cliff,
Hung oer the deep, such as amazing frowns
On utmost Kildas shore, whose lonely race
Resign the setting sun to Indian worlds,
The royal eagle draws his vigorous young”
—James Thomson (17001748)
“The military and the clergy cause us much annoyance; the clergy and the military, they empty our wallets and rob our intelligence.”
—Franz Grillparzer (17911872)