Egyptian Military Academy

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The Egyptian Military Academy is the oldest and most prominent military academy in Egypt and Africa.wikipedia
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The Egyptian Military Academy is the oldest and most prominent military academy in Egypt and Africa.

Gamal Abdel Nasser

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After the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, the Military Academy's present site was established and inaugurated by the late Egyptian President Gamal Abd El-Nasser on March 3, 1955.
Nasser was greatly influenced by Egyptian nationalism, as espoused by politician Mustafa Kamel, poet Ahmed Shawqi, and his anti-colonialist instructor at the Royal Military Academy, Aziz al-Masri, to whom Nasser expressed his gratitude in a 1961 newspaper interview.

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

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Sisi would later enroll in the Egyptian Military Academy, and upon graduating he held various command positions in the Egyptian Armed Forces and served as Egypt's military attaché in Riyadh.

Anwar Sadat

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He graduated from the Royal Military Academy in Cairo in 1938 and was appointed to the Signal Corps.

Abdul Munim Riad

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Riad was born 22 October 1919 in the Nile Delta city of Tanta to father Mohammed Riad, a lieutenant colonel in the Egyptian military and an instructor at Royal Military Academy.

Mohamed Abdel Ghani el-Gamasy

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After high school, El Gamassy joined the Egyptian Military Academy and was commissioned in 1941 in an infantry regiment.

Abdullahi Ahmed Irro

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Irro received military instruction at the Egyptian Military Academy in Cairo, Egypt in 1961.

Hussein el-Shafei

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Born in Tanta in 1918, el-Shafei graduated from the Egyptian Military Academy in 1938.

Omar al-Bashir

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Al-Bashir studied at the Egyptian Military Academy in Cairo and also graduated from the Sudan Military Academy in Khartoum in 1966.

Khālid al-Islāmbūlī

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After graduating from the Egyptian Military Academy, he was commissioned as an officer in the Artillery Forces of the Egyptian Army with the rank of second lieutenant.

Rashad Mehanna

He initially went to medical school, but dropped out and joined the Egyptian Military Academy.

Emmerson Mnangagwa

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In April 1963, Mnangagwa and twelve other ZAPU members were sent via Dar es Salaam to Egypt for training at the Egyptian Military Academy in Cairo's Heliopolis suburb.

Egyptian Armed Forces

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Officers for the army are trained at the Egyptian Military Academy.

Egypt

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The Egyptian Military Academy is the oldest and most prominent military academy in Egypt and Africa.

Africa

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The Egyptian Military Academy is the oldest and most prominent military academy in Egypt and Africa.

Egyptian Army

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Traditionally, graduates of the Military Academy are commissioned as officers in the Egyptian Army.

Cairo

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The founding of the Military Camp in Egypt dates back to the year 1811, when the first Military Camp was set up in the citadel area of Cairo, Egypt's capital.

Aswan

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In 1820, the Military camp moved to Aswan, and in 1908, it was relocated to the Abbassia Military Barracks in the El-Koba Bridge area.

Abbassia

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In 1820, the Military camp moved to Aswan, and in 1908, it was relocated to the Abbassia Military Barracks in the El-Koba Bridge area.

Egyptian revolution of 1952

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After the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, the Military Academy's present site was established and inaugurated by the late Egyptian President Gamal Abd El-Nasser on March 3, 1955.

President of Egypt

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After the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, the Military Academy's present site was established and inaugurated by the late Egyptian President Gamal Abd El-Nasser on March 3, 1955.