Defence Academy

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Defence College Of Management And Technology
... The Defence Academy - College of Management and Technology (DA-CMT) is a British postgraduate school, research institution and training provider formed in 2009 from five departments of the Defence Academy of ... The college is based, like the majority of Defence Academy institutions, at MOD (Ministry of Defence) Shrivenham, located between the villages of Shrivenham and Watchfield in the south-we ... DA-CMT facilities at Shrivenham are run by Serco Defence ...
Defence Academy Of The United Kingdom - Structure
... The Defence Academy is headquartered at Shrivenham in southwestern Oxfordshire and delivers education and training in a number of sites ... The formation of the Defence Academy consolidated education and training delivered by a number of different establishments into a single organisational and budgetary structure, intended to improve ... The Defence Academy is also responsible for the maintenance of relationships with the UK academic establishment and with military and naval service ...
Advanced Research And Assessment Group
... The Advanced Research and Assessment Group (ARAG) was a department of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom concerned with long-term planning and threat ... number of research papers - made freely available to the public from the Defence Academy website - as well as more targeted limited distribution work ... ARAG also administered the Defence Academy Reserve Cadre, a network of over 70 Reserve Forces personnel with unusual civilian skills sets or languages ...

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