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ESCOLA NAVAL (english)

  1. 1. ESCOLA NAVAL, March 24 TH 2006 Visit of RADM Pierre de Roquefeuil, French Navy
  2. 2. SUMMARY <ul><li>HISTORY </li></ul><ul><li>MISSION </li></ul><ul><li>EDUCATION </li></ul><ul><li>DAILY SCHEDULE </li></ul><ul><li>CONCLUSION </li></ul>
  3. 3. HISTORY
  4. 4. ACADEMY HISTORY 1761 - MARQUIS OF POMBAL - NAVAL SERVICE INCLUDED IN EDUCATION REFORM 1782 - D. MARIA I FOUNDS THE ROYAL NAVAL ACADEMY
  5. 5. 1808 - ROYAL NAVAL ACADEMY AT THE MONASTERY OF SAINT BENEDICT MIDSHIPMEN’S COMPANY - 25 1822 - RENAMED NATIONAL AND IMPERIAL MIDSHIPMEN’S ACADEMY ACADEMY HISTORY
  6. 6. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND HISTORY BEFORE 1555 - SERIGIPE (TAMOIO INDIANS) OR PALMEIRAS (PORTUGUESE) ISLAND 1555 - FORT COLIGNY - FRANCE ANTARCTIQUE - HENRI II ISLAND 1560 - PORTUGUESE TAKE BACK THE ISLAND - PORTUGUESE VARIATIONS OF VILLEGAGNON 1761 - FORTRESS SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER 1775 - FORTRESS OUR LADY OF CONCEPTION OF VILLEGAGNON 1822 - NAVY TAKES POSSESSION OF THE ISLAND FROM 1836 ON - NAVY INFANTRY HEADQUARTERS QUARTERS FOR MARINE BATTALION FIRST COMPANY OF SEAMAN APPRENTICES.
  7. 7. 1894 - COMPLETELY DESTROYED IN THE REVOLT OF THE FLEET. REBUILT DURING THE FIRST DECADES OF THE 20 th CENTURY. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND HISTORY
  8. 8. 1933 - BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND HISTORY
  9. 9. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND´S HISTORY 1938 - THE ACADEMY IS ESTABLISHED IN THE ISLAND OF VILLEGAGNON, ITS CURRENT LOCATION.
  10. 10. Renovation
  11. 11. MISSION
  12. 12. TO PREPARE OFFICERS FOR THE FLEET, MARINE CORPS AND SUPPLY CORPS. <ul><li>THE ACADEMY HAS THE FOLLOWING TASKS, AMONG OTHERS: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>TO ADMINISTER BASIC AND TECHNICAL COURSES, AS WELL AS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION; </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY SKILLS REQUIRED BY JUNIOR OFFICERS IN THE FULFILLMENT OF THEIR TASKS. </li></ul></ul>ACADEMY MISSION
  13. 13. ACADEMIC DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR COMMANDANT OF MIDSHIPMEN EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDING OFFICER (REAR ADMIRAL) ACADEMY LEADERSHIP
  14. 14. EDUCATION
  15. 15. ADMISSION TO THE ACADEMY 160 STUDENTS 196 FRESHMEN 36 CANDIDATES Col égio Naval Exams
  16. 16. EDUCATION <ul><li>FACULTY(Mar 2006) </li></ul>164 TOTAL 106 Civilian 32 Retired Officers 26 (1 U.S. Navy) Active Duty Officers
  17. 17. <ul><li>Cycles </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Structure </li></ul></ul>EDUCATION Basic Professional Seamanship and Navigation Academic (1 st - 4 th years ) Post-Academic (GM)
  18. 18. EDUCATION 4.040 h TOTAL 1.007 h 4 TH YEAR (LINE, MC, SUPPLY– all majors) 1.009 h 3 RD YEAR (LINE, MC, SUPPLY– all majors) 1.013 h 2 ND YEAR 1.011 h 1 ST YEAR
  19. 19. EDUCATION 1º 2º 3º 4º 26% Basic Humanities 26% Basic Sciences 32% Professional 16% Seamanship and Navigation 240 420 150 180 555 315 60 330 120 480 525 201 158 154 152 The service ( Line, Marine and Supply ) and major ( electronic, mechanical or weapons systems engineering ) selections occur at the end of the second year.
  20. 20. ACADEMY BOATS 3 YARD PATROL CRAFT CREW: 31 (18 Midshipmen)
  21. 21. ACADEMY BOATS 40 SAILBOATS OFFSHORE: 2 BENETEAU FIRST 40.7 1 OAK TWO TON 42 1 FARR 40 1 FAST 365 1 CHARGER 33 1 CATAMARAN JEANOT 48
  22. 22. Language Lab
  23. 23. Language Lab
  24. 24. <ul><li>Post-academic cycle </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Phase I </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Firefighting, Teaching technics, O & M, Damage Control </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>7 weeks – Line, MC e Supply </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Phase II </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Training centers </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>16 weeks - Majors </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Phase III </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Training Ship BRASIL </li></ul></ul></ul>EDUCATION
  25. 26. Brigade of Midshipmen 8 Foreign Students 733 Total - 196 1º 1 Paraguayan 180 2º 4 Namibians and 1 Paraguayan 168 3º 2 Namibians 189 4º
  26. 27. Exchange w/ other Academies France Peru U.S. U.K.
  27. 28. DAILY SCHEDULE
  28. 29. DAILY SCHEDULE Reveille and Breakfast 1 hour Classes 5 hours Lunch and recreation 1 hour Afternoon classes 45 minutes Sleep(?) 8 hours Formation 30 minutes Sports 2 hours Spare time 1.5 hour Dinner/recreation 1 hour Evening studies 3 hours
  29. 30. CONCLUSION THE BRAZILIAN NAVY STRIVES IN ORDER TO DEVELOP HIGHLY QUALIFIED OFFICERS, SO THAT IT CAN SECURE OUR TERRITORY AND MARITIME INTERESTS AGAINST EXTERNAL THREATS.

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