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Royal Thai Naval Academy
The Royal Thai Naval Academy (Thai: โรงเรียนนายเรือ) (RTNA) was established by King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) in 1898. He officially opened the academy on 20 November 1906. Originally located on the royal yacht ''Maha Chakri'' and some other boats donated by the king, the academy later moved to Phra Racha Wang Derm, Wang Derm Palace in Thonburi (in the compound of the present headquarters of the Royal Thai Navy), then to Sattahip, and finally to its current location in Samut Prakan Province, Samut Prakan in 1952. The academy is served by Royal Thai Naval Academy BTS station. Mission The mission of the RTNA is to train officers for the Royal Thai Navy and Royal Thai Marine Corps. Curriculum The RTNA provides undergraduate programs in engineering and science, combined with naval professional training. Cadets can major in electrical engineering, marine engineering, hydraulic engineering, and management science and are trained as engineers, navigators, ...
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