Indonesian Army Command and General Staff College
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The Indonesian Army Command and General Staff College (Indonesian: Sekolah Staff dan Komando Angkatan Darat abbreviated: Seskoad) at Bandung, West Java, is a graduate school for Indonesian Army and sister-service officers, inter-agency representatives, and international military officers. The college was established in 1951 in order to fulfill the demands for army officers that will pursue their career in being a commander of a unit.
|Army Command and General Staff College|
|Sekolah Staf dan Komando Angkatan Darat|
|Garrison/HQ||Bandung, West Java|
|Motto(s)||Viyata Vira Jati|
|Major General Kurnia Dewantara|
The college was established by the Chief of Staff of the Army in 1951. The first commander was Lieutenant Colonel A.Y. Mokoginta. The college was established because there was a shortage of army officers who were capable of command and staff responsibilities like as unit commanders and executive officers. In 1953, the first campus of the college was inaugurated by President Sukarno.