The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst was formed in 1947 from a merger of the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich (which trained officers for the Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers, from 1741 to 1939) and the Royal Military College at Sandhurst. As National Service ended in the UK and the Mons Officer Training School closed its doors, RMA Sandhurst became the sole establishment for male initial officer training in the British Army. Today all British Army officers, including late entry officers who were previously Warrant Officers, are all trained at RMA Sandhurst. The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst pursues the highest standards of worldwide professional excellence, in training male and female British officers and many from overseas countries. The Academy’s motto is “Serve to Lead”.
The ‘RMA Sandhurst Tartan’ is the only Officially Registered Tartan in the world, to pay respect to all RMA Sandhurst cadets, officers and personnel from its beginnings to the current day. And is fully endorsed by the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
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