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Chinese People's Liberation Army Naval Command Academy

The Chinese People's Liberation Army Naval Command Academy is the highest institution of the Navy. It is mainly responsible for cultivating mid- and high-level naval commanders, staff officers at or above the naval army, and masters and doctoral students in military science. The college is located in Nanjing, covering an area of more than 480,000 square meters. The Chinese People's Liberation Army Naval Command College has a training department, political department, academic affairs department, scientific research department, battle command department, tactical command department, political command department, logistics command department, graduate management team, and campaign training classes.

The predecessor of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Naval Command Academy was the Naval Department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Military Academy with Marshal Liu Bocheng as its dean. It was founded on May 16, 1952. On October 8, 1957, the Naval Department was expanded into the Naval Military Academy. On October 1, 1960, the college was renamed the Naval Academy. In 1973, the Central Military Commission decided to establish a naval military and political cadre school on the site of the original Naval Academy. In January 1978, the Naval Military and Political Cadre School was restored to the Naval Academy. On June 9, 1986, it was renamed the Naval Command Academy until now. Since the establishment of the college, it has always received the cordial care of the party and state leaders. The older generation of proletarian revolutionaries such as Mao Zedong, Liu Shaoqi, Zhu De, Dong Biwu, Chen Yi, Ye Jianying, etc. have received the cadres and students of the college or came to inspect the work. On May 20, 1991, Jiang Zemin, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Chairman of the Military Commission, wrote the name of the college.

The academy insists on "education must be modernized, world-oriented, and future-oriented", and the school thinking of "academic education must serve army building, meet the needs of army building in peacetime, and meet the needs of future wars" is conscientiously implemented.

The Naval Command College of the Chinese People's Liberation Army has a library, a naval battle and tactics center laboratory, an educational technology center, a graduate education center, as well as a naval battle professional classroom, a navy contract tactics professional classroom, a naval aviation tactics professional classroom, a southeast coastal military intelligence training room, and the Navy Teaching facilities such as the modern equipment training room and the Chinese Navy History Museum. Among them, the library covers an area of 3,000 square meters and has a collection of 425,000 books. It has formed a collection system featuring naval strategy, campaign, tactics, and naval military, political, and logistical commands, and realized the automatic query of campus literature and information under computer management. The Naval Battle Tactics Central Laboratory is a key laboratory for the entire army. Its simulation training system uses computers and other auxiliary equipment to simulate the process of naval campaigns and the operational command environment, enabling trainees to conduct multi-level confrontation exercises under conditions similar to actual combat. The system's breakthrough in the quantitative analysis of naval operations has made my country one of the few countries in the world that has a naval campaign-level simulation training system.

The Chinese People's Liberation Army Naval Command Academy runs three journals: "Navy Academic Research", "Foreign Navy Training" and "Navy Translation". Among them, "Navy Academic Research" was rated as a key academic journal of the whole army and included in the "Chinese Military Yearbook".