Other Activities

January 10, 2020

On Friday 10 January 2020, in the presence of the Commandant of the Academy, Maj-Gen Matzouranis George, an awards ceremony was held, in which distinction diplomas and emblems were awarded to cadets who exhibited exemplary performance in the following realms:

 

a. Academic Education

b. Military Qualifications

c. Military Academies Sports Tournaments

d. Drill Platoon

                          

The diplomas and emblems were awarded in recognition of the efforts undertaken by cadets for the accomplishment of high level goals and as an expression of...

January 09, 2020

On Thursday January 9th 2020 at 7 am, in the Military Academy’s entertainment hall were held a sanctuary and the cut of 2020 New Year’s Cake by the Commander of the Military Academy of Combat Support Officers, Major General Georgios Matzouranis.  

The ceremony was held by the Military Chaplain of C Army Corps firstborn Ioanni Karagianni  and was attended by all Military and civilian personnel, Cadets and soldiers who serve in the Military Academy.

 

December 16, 2019

On Friday 13 of December 2019, the Commander of the Military Academy of Combat Support Officers, Major General Georgios Matzouranis, met with Former Commanders of the School, at its headquarters.

An update of the School’s work took place, which was followed by constructive discussion and exchange of views, aimed at the shaping of tomorrow’s Officers of Combat Forces.

The meeting was attended by the following School Former Commanders:

Lieutenant General retd Georgios Mpouzopoulos (from 13 Μar 2001 to 2 Αpr 2003)Major General retd Nikolaos Papagiannopoulos (from 15 Mar 2005 to...
December 04, 2019

On Tuesday 3rd December 2019, at 7 pm, a lecture was held at the premises of the Society for Macedonian Studies by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Nikos Christodoulides concerning «Relations between Macedonia and Cyprus».

The lecture was attended by the Commander of Hellenic Military Academy of Combat Support Officers, Major General Georgios Matzouranis, and Cyprian Students.