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The leader’s personality, the behavior or attitudes of each cadet can be trained and cast
with arising critical thinking, practicing and embracing his mind, body and soul since stepping into
the military academy. To educate, train, and instruct cadets, every military organization with well
structured systems has to apply, alter and adapt to internal and external factors where various
alternations exist in the world. The attitude and behavioral system of Akademi Militer, Indonesia
(AKMIL) were influenced by the Dutch and the Japanese. Some cadets studied at various US Army
academies. Several US Army Academy curriculums were changed and applied by adapting to
its factors; geography, demography and social conditions with some revolutions. Basic training
courses of Korea Military Academy (KMA) cultivate democratic culture, military training systems strictly
enforced on “The Cadet Honor Code” to and Academic Curriculum adapted to its external demands.
These are at the significance points of AKMIL and KMA were interviewed and compared with for
the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy (CRMA) education and training development program.
This paper would elaborate to formulate CRMA military development as adopting and attributing
to AKMIL and KMA advantages.
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