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ESCOLA NAVAL (english)

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Brazilian Naval Academy

Brazilian Naval Academy

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  • 1. ESCOLA NAVAL, March 24 TH 2006 Visit of RADM Pierre de Roquefeuil, French Navy
  • 2. SUMMARY
    • HISTORY
    • MISSION
    • EDUCATION
    • DAILY SCHEDULE
    • CONCLUSION
  • 3. HISTORY
  • 4. ACADEMY HISTORY 1761 - MARQUIS OF POMBAL - NAVAL SERVICE INCLUDED IN EDUCATION REFORM 1782 - D. MARIA I FOUNDS THE ROYAL NAVAL ACADEMY
  • 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. 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. 1894 - COMPLETELY DESTROYED IN THE REVOLT OF THE FLEET. REBUILT DURING THE FIRST DECADES OF THE 20 th CENTURY. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND HISTORY
  • 8. 1933 - BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND HISTORY
  • 9. VILLEGAGNON ISLAND´S HISTORY 1938 - THE ACADEMY IS ESTABLISHED IN THE ISLAND OF VILLEGAGNON, ITS CURRENT LOCATION.
  • 10. Renovation
  • 11. MISSION
  • 12. TO PREPARE OFFICERS FOR THE FLEET, MARINE CORPS AND SUPPLY CORPS.
    • THE ACADEMY HAS THE FOLLOWING TASKS, AMONG OTHERS:
      • TO ADMINISTER BASIC AND TECHNICAL COURSES, AS WELL AS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION;
      • TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY SKILLS REQUIRED BY JUNIOR OFFICERS IN THE FULFILLMENT OF THEIR TASKS.
    ACADEMY MISSION
  • 13. ACADEMIC DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR COMMANDANT OF MIDSHIPMEN EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMANDING OFFICER (REAR ADMIRAL) ACADEMY LEADERSHIP
  • 14. EDUCATION
  • 15. ADMISSION TO THE ACADEMY 160 STUDENTS 196 FRESHMEN 36 CANDIDATES Col égio Naval Exams
  • 16. EDUCATION
    • FACULTY(Mar 2006)
    164 TOTAL 106 Civilian 32 Retired Officers 26 (1 U.S. Navy) Active Duty Officers
  • 17.
    • Cycles
      • Structure
    EDUCATION Basic Professional Seamanship and Navigation Academic (1 st - 4 th years ) Post-Academic (GM)
  • 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. 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. ACADEMY BOATS 3 YARD PATROL CRAFT CREW: 31 (18 Midshipmen)
  • 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. Language Lab
  • 23. Language Lab
  • 24.
    • Post-academic cycle
      • Phase I
        • Firefighting, Teaching technics, O & M, Damage Control
        • 7 weeks – Line, MC e Supply
      • Phase II
        • Training centers
        • 16 weeks - Majors
      • Phase III
        • Training Ship BRASIL
    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
  • 27. Exchange w/ other Academies France Peru U.S. U.K.
  • 28. DAILY SCHEDULE
  • 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
  • 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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