|Escuela Naval Militar de Oficiales|
|Location||Marín,, Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain|
|Website||Website about the Escuela Naval Militar|
The Escuela Naval Militar de Oficiales (ENM) at Marín, Pontevedra, in north-western Spain, is the Spanish institution in charge of training the Spanish Navy's officer class, as well as other naval personnel. It has been established here since 1943, when it was moved from its previous location at San Carlos near San Fernando, Cadiz. Virtually all Spanish naval officers are trained here. According to an unwritten tradition, the Director of the ENM is always promoted to Admiral.
The nearby naval stations of Ferrol and La Graña have “Escuelas Militares” where almost all of the sub-officers, technicians, sailors and crew of the Spanish Navy are trained.
- The Spanish Royal Academy of Naval Engineers (the first one of its kind was created in 1772 in Ferrol during the reign of Charles III of Spain)
- The Glenlee (also known as El Galatea, she was built in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1896. She was the Training Tall Ship for the Spanish Navy in El Ferrol from 1922 till 1969, when the Spanish Navy sold her at auction. In the 1990s, she was bought and restored by the Clyde Maritime Trust to became one of the permanent attractions to visitors to Glasgow.)
- El Juan Sebastián Elcano (currently the Training Tall Ship for the Spanish Navy at the ENM).
- El Club Naval de Ferrol (originally designed for the recreation of the Spanish Navy personnel and their families posted to the naval station of Ferrol).
- Structure of the Spanish Navy in the 21st century
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