Turkish Military Academy

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The Turkish Military Academy (Kara Harp Okulu) is a four-year co-educational military academy located in the center of Ankara, Turkey.wikipedia
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Ottoman Military College

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It is not to be confused with Ottoman Military College, Army War College (Kara Harp Akademisi), Armed Forces College, (Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisi) or the National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).

Armed Forces College (Turkey)

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It is not to be confused with Ottoman Military College, Army War College (Kara Harp Akademisi), Armed Forces College, (Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisi) or the National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).
It must not be confused with Ottoman Military College, Turkish Military Academy (Kara Harp Okulu) and Army War College (Turkey) (Kara Harp Akademisi), and National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).

Army War College (Turkey)

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It is not to be confused with Ottoman Military College, Army War College (Kara Harp Akademisi), Armed Forces College, (Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisi) or the National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).
It must not be confused with Ottoman Military College, Turkish Military Academy (Kara Harp Okulu) and Armed Forces College (Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisi), and National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).

Ankara

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The Turkish Military Academy (Kara Harp Okulu) is a four-year co-educational military academy located in the center of Ankara, Turkey.

National Defense University (Turkey)

National Security CollegeNational Defense University
It is not to be confused with Ottoman Military College, Army War College (Kara Harp Akademisi), Armed Forces College, (Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisi) or the National Security College (Milli Güvenlik Akademisi).

Turkish Land Forces

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Its mission is to develop cadets mentally and physically for service as commissioned officers in the Turkish Army.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

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Atatürk hereby penned down his feelings in the book of honor: "Turkish Grand Assembly is pleased to see that the first officers of independence who are trained with the national oath of ‘Either independence or death!’ are introduced to our nation and entrusted with their missions."
he enrolled at the Ottoman Military Academy in the neighbourhood of Pangaltı within the Şişli district of the Ottoman capital city Constantinople (now Istanbul) and graduated in 1902.

Fevzi Çakmak

Fevzi PashaMustafa Fevzi PashaFevzi (Çakmak)
He graduated many famous commanders like Mustafa Kemal, İsmet İnönü, Kazım Karabekir and Fevzi Çakmak.
After graduating from Kuleli military highschool, he entered Harbiye Mektibi (Mekteb-i Füsûn-u Harbiyye-i Şâhâne) in Pangaltı, 29 April 1893.

Mehmet Esat Bülkat

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In addition to General Mustafa Zeki, that General Goltz's being "the inspector for military schools" and General Esat's (Bültani) being the school principal provided the necessary foundation to make the curriculum modern.
Having polished up his skills in Ottoman Turkish Esad attended the Ottoman Military Academy, graduating in 1884.

Istanbul

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In recognition of intense demands of science and technology on modern warfare, the Ottoman State abolished the Janissaries and founded the Military Academy in Istanbul in 1834 as an institution devoted to the arts and science of warfare by the order of Sultan Mahmud II.
Kuleli Military High School, along the shores of the Bosphorus in Çengelköy, and Turkish Naval High School, on one of the Princes' Islands, were military high schools, complemented by three military academies—the Turkish Air Force, Turkish Military, and Turkish Naval Academies.

Military academy

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The Turkish Military Academy (Kara Harp Okulu) is a four-year co-educational military academy located in the center of Ankara, Turkey.

Turkey

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The Turkish Military Academy (Kara Harp Okulu) is a four-year co-educational military academy located in the center of Ankara, Turkey.

Ottoman Empire

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In recognition of intense demands of science and technology on modern warfare, the Ottoman State abolished the Janissaries and founded the Military Academy in Istanbul in 1834 as an institution devoted to the arts and science of warfare by the order of Sultan Mahmud II.

Mahmud II

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In recognition of intense demands of science and technology on modern warfare, the Ottoman State abolished the Janissaries and founded the Military Academy in Istanbul in 1834 as an institution devoted to the arts and science of warfare by the order of Sultan Mahmud II.

Edirne

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The Military Academies that were founded in five army centers in Adrianople (now known as Edirne in English), Manastır (now Bitola, North Macedonia), Erzincan, Damascus and Bagdad were closed after a short while.

Bitola

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The Military Academies that were founded in five army centers in Adrianople (now known as Edirne in English), Manastır (now Bitola, North Macedonia), Erzincan, Damascus and Bagdad were closed after a short while.

North Macedonia

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The Military Academies that were founded in five army centers in Adrianople (now known as Edirne in English), Manastır (now Bitola, North Macedonia), Erzincan, Damascus and Bagdad were closed after a short while.

Erzincan

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The Military Academies that were founded in five army centers in Adrianople (now known as Edirne in English), Manastır (now Bitola, North Macedonia), Erzincan, Damascus and Bagdad were closed after a short while.

Damascus

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The Military Academies that were founded in five army centers in Adrianople (now known as Edirne in English), Manastır (now Bitola, North Macedonia), Erzincan, Damascus and Bagdad were closed after a short while.

Baghdad

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The Military Academies that were founded in five army centers in Adrianople (now known as Edirne in English), Manastır (now Bitola, North Macedonia), Erzincan, Damascus and Bagdad were closed after a short while.

Turkish War of Independence

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By applying an intensive training program to train soldiers for the fronts during the consecutive war periods, Turkish Military Academy (TMA) started training and education on 1 July 1920 in Abidin Pasha Mansion in Ankara during the Truce Period.

Treaty of Lausanne

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Following the Lausanne Treaty, TMA started education in Constantinople (known in English as Istanbul after 1930) again.

Mechanical engineering

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While TMA offered bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Administration/Management between the years 1974-1991, the Academy made a gradual transition to Systems Engineering program.

Civil engineering

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While TMA offered bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Administration/Management between the years 1974-1991, the Academy made a gradual transition to Systems Engineering program.