The Hellenic Army Academy ( Greek: Στρατιωτική Σχολή Ευελπίδων ), commonly known as the Evelpidon, is a military academy. It is the Officer cadet school of the Greek Army and the oldest third-level educational institution in Greece. It was founded in 1828 in Nafplio by Ioannis Kapodistrias, the first governor of the modern Greek state. Contents
Hellenic Army Academy. Commemorative Event on the Completion of 40 Years since the relocation of the HAA. One-day colloquium at the HAA entitled “100 Years since the Asia Minor Campaign”. Inauguration of First Year Cadets – Class of 2026. Participation of the HAA in the 39th Authentic Athens Marathon. Lecture entitled “The Ukrainian Issue”.
While military schools offer structure, and academic and athletic discipline in a controlled and monitored environment, military school is not intended to act as a rehabilitation program. And military schools do not offer the type of behavior counseling support needed to properly rehabilitate troubled young men with criminal pasts who need to reform their belief systems and their conduct.
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The Hellenic Military Academy was founded in 1828 in Nafplion, the first capital of the modern Greek State. In 1834 the Academy was relocated to the island of Aegina, and in 1837, to the city of Piraeus. From 1854 to 1857 it was housed in the Duchess of Placentia Mansion in central Athens (now the Byzantine & Christian Museum). It was then relocate...
Academic education includes military and academic courses and covers up to 50% of the curriculum. Military training includes day and night field training. Subjects such as individual training and small infantry echelon exercises are held in co-operation with Corps of the Hellenic Armyand other branches of the Armed Forces. Applied military tactics ...Evelpidon Military Academy - Official Site(in Greek; English version available on site)
The Hellenic Naval Academy is a Supreme Military Educational Institution (SMEI), equivalent to other universities which: Provides academic and university level naval education in order to develop Officers with skills in leadership, naval training and professional Excellency.
Since 1991 the Hellenic Air Force Academy accepts female engineer students and since 2000, female pilot students as happens with the other two branches of the Hellenic Armed Forces (female "Arms" students and female combatants respectively). In 2005, the Hellenic Air Force Academy began reform of its facilities, equipment and academic curriculum.
Per la prima volta, nell’ambito del programma europeo di internazionalizzazione degli studi per i Cadetti e Ufficiali frequentatori denominato “European initiative for the exchange of young officers” (EMILYO), il Comando per la Formazione e Scuola di Applicazione dell’Esercito con la Scuola Universitaria Interdipartimentale in Scienze Strategiche (SUISS) dell’Università degli Studi di Torino (UNITO) e in collaborazione con l’Hellenic Military Academy of Combat Support Officers e ...