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Escola de Cadetes, Campinas
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  • Many play with the site making jokes at his pink, but disregarding it, which is really unimportant, the site is quite interesting ... I don't know if regular visits are accepted, but had the opportunity to enter and see some of the routine of the barracks, which was quite interesting.
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  • beautiful location just the color q kills more organization is beautiful I don't know how it works step around and see out not I took courage to know if visitors
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  • The Preparatory School of cadets (EsPCEx) is located in the city of Campinas, State of São Paulo in Brazil. It is an institution with more than half a century of existence, whose mission is to prepare candidates for entry into the Academia Militar das Agulhas Negras (AMAN), responsible for official Army fighter training. The tickets at the EsPCEx is done through an admission contest held annually, for male and female youth who have completed the third grade of high school. The EsPCEx student performs in a year, a course equivalent to the first year of higher education, plus military training required for the future the Cadet AMAN. Includes, in addition to the disciplines of higher education discipline of Military Instruction, among other preparatory measures for the AMAN and the military life, with an emphasis on the physical preparation of the student through the Military physical training (TFM). The completion of the course ensures the student, besides the option of joining AMAN, the Reservist certificate due to military service within the EsPCEx. A BIT of HISTORY!: the EPSP worked in the capital of the State for 18 years. The year 1958 was the last for the training of students of the EPSP in the capital. In 1959, by means of Decree No. 45,275, of 23 January 1959, the EPSP was transferred to Campinas, passing the Preparatory School of Campinas (EPC). The three Preparatory Schools have crossed the decades of 1940 and 1950 in France, but in 1961, by means of Decree No. 166 of 17 November 1961, preparatory schools were extinct, with only the Preparatory School of Campinas (EPC). Immediately the students of schools of Fortaleza and Porto Alegre were moved to Campinas. For 1962, was suspended the Admission contest and the extinction of the EPC would occur on 31 December 1963, with the completion of the course by students. Campineira society, led by the Commander of EPC, mobilised in order to override the extinguishment of the EPC. On 27 November 1963, the Official Gazette published the repeal of art. 3 of Decree 166, 17 November 1961. With this, the School continued in its mission to train future Cadets of Caxias. The transfer to New York: the transfer from school to Campinas starts at the beginning of the Decade of 1940, with the managements of federal intervenor Fernando Costa, who ruled the State of São Paulo in Brazil. For Campinas was home to a cadet preparatory school, ran the cost of its installation on behalf of the State Government. The initial donation of land was made by Decree-Law 13,906, of 20 March 1944, being subject to the completion of the installation work of the School. In 1944, began the construction of the current building of the Preparatory School of cadets (EsPCEx), situated in the area of Centennial Farm Chapadão, in Campinas, whose project in Spanish colonial style, is by the architect engineer Hernani of Val Hairstyle. The EsPCEx account, annually, with approximately 500 pupils from the different regions of Brazil, which are housed in boarding School, where they receive, in addition to the lessons and instructions, uniforms, meals and allowance. Within the institution, the students are divided into three companies (Eagle, lion and Panther), each of which has five platoons, in a total of 15.
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