Military academies in Russia

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Russia has a number of military academies of different specialties.wikipedia
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Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia

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In 1936 Leonid Govorov founded the current General Staff Academy in Moscow.
The academy is located in Moscow, on 14 Kholzunova Lane, not far from the Frunze Military Academy.

Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy

Military Academy of Mechanization and MotorizationMalinovsky Tank AcademyMilitary Academy of Armored Forces
Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy (Военная академия бронетанковых войск им.
Я. Малиновского) was one of the foremost Soviet military academies.

Leonid Govorov

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In 1936 Leonid Govorov founded the current General Staff Academy in Moscow.
Govorov obtained further military education, graduating from the Artillery course in 1926, the Higher Academy course in 1930, and the Frunze Military Academy in 1933.

Rodion Malinovsky

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It was named after Marshal Rodion Malinovsky in 1967.
In 1927, Malinovsky was sent to study at the elite Frunze Military Academy.

Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation

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In September 1998 the Frunze Academy and the "Malinovsky Academy" were amalgamated into the Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, on the site of the former Frunze Academy, which since 2010 is known as Military Educational and Scientific Centre.
The CAA was formed in 1998 on the base of the Frunze Military Academy and Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy.

Soviet Armed Forces

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This article primarily lists institutions of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation rather than those of the Soviet Armed Forces.
Those Soviet Academies were the post-graduate schools, mandatory for officers applying for senior ranks (e.g., the rank of Colonel since the 1950s).

Mikhail Frunze

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It is named after Mikhail Frunze then USSR Minister of Defence in mid-1920s.
The Frunze Military Academy, one of the most respected in the former Soviet Union, was also named in his honour.

Moscow

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М. В. Фрунзе) in Moscow was established as the academy of the General Staff, which became the RKKA Military Academy in 1921.
The highest Russian military school is the Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

Red Army

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М. В. Фрунзе) in Moscow was established as the academy of the General Staff, which became the RKKA Military Academy in 1921.
During the Civil War the commander cadres were trained at the Nicholas General Staff Academy of the Russian Empire, which became the Frunze Military Academy in the 1920s.

Moscow Orphanage

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Other sources report that it was in the historical building of the Moscow Orphanage.
Today, the ensemble of the Orphanage houses the Academy of Missile Forces and Russian Academy of Medicine.

Moscow Victory Parade of 1945

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Its mission was and still is to train future Soviet Army and Russian Army and Air Force military musicians and conductors and is famous for its Corps of Drums, a participant in the Moscow Victory Parade of 1945 and a regular participant in Revolution Day (1940 to 1990), Victory Day (1965, 1985, 1990, 1995–2008, 2012–present), and until 1966 May Day military parades.

S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy

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The Kirov Military Medical Academy (Военно-медицинская академия им.

Russia

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Russia has a number of military academies of different specialties.

Russian Armed Forces

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This article primarily lists institutions of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation rather than those of the Soviet Armed Forces.

Postgraduate education

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Russian institutions called "academy" are post-graduate professional military schools for experienced, commissioned officers who have the equivalent of a bachelor's degree.

Candidate of Sciences

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Commissioned officers can study on the Kandidat Nauk level, equivalent to a Ph.D. degree.

Doktor nauk

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Carefully selected experienced researchers in military academies hold limited-term positions as senior scholars leading to the prestigious post-doctoral Doktor Nauk degree, which is roughly the equivalent of a habilitation at Central European universities where it is a prerequisite for full professor positions in institutions of higher learning.

Habilitation

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Carefully selected experienced researchers in military academies hold limited-term positions as senior scholars leading to the prestigious post-doctoral Doktor Nauk degree, which is roughly the equivalent of a habilitation at Central European universities where it is a prerequisite for full professor positions in institutions of higher learning.

Military rank

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Students are admitted to the Academy in the ranks of lieutenant colonel, colonel, and Major General (one star).

Colonel

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Students are admitted to the Academy in the ranks of lieutenant colonel, colonel, and Major General (one star).

United States Army Command and General Staff College

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It is roughly the equivalent of the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas or the British Army's Staff College, Camberley.

Fort Leavenworth

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It is roughly the equivalent of the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas or the British Army's Staff College, Camberley.

Staff College, Camberley

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It is roughly the equivalent of the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas or the British Army's Staff College, Camberley.

International Institute for Strategic Studies

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The Military Educational and Scientific Centre has been the site of a number of Russian-Western joint military activities, including an IISS conference in February 2001, and U.S.-Russian exercises.

Cadet

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After a number of reorganizations, it was in 1994 merged with the "Military Institute of Foreign Languages" and the "Armed Forces Humanities Academy" into the Military University of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation which offers cadets (both officers and NCOs) various courses and postgraduate studies.