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Future naval sailors were congratulated by the command of the Pacific Fleet and TOVVMU, veterans of the school and the fleet. Parents and friends of the cadets came to the holiday from different regions of the country.

More than 170 cadets, who are studying for higher and secondary vocational education, took the oath of allegiance to the Motherland. More than 130 of them are future officers, and the rest are cadets enrolled in secondary vocational training for warrant officers and warrant officers. In total, in 2021, about 200 young people were admitted to TOVVMU, who passed the introductory events in July and during August mastered the course of combined arms training.

For reference: Pacific Higher Naval School named after S.O. Makarov is the only higher naval educational institution in the Far East. Cadets are trained in seven specialties of higher education: navigation and operation of marine navigation aids, the use and operation of naval weapons of surface ships and submarines, coastal missile systems and artillery, acoustic equipment, radio equipment of ships and others. In addition, cadets are being trained for secondary military vocational training and officers for retraining and advanced training.

Over the history of the existence of TOVVMU, more than 18 thousand officers were trained, of which more than 240 became admirals and generals. 17 graduates and employees of the school were awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union and Hero of Russia.

At present, the S.O. Makarov TOVVMU is one of the main bases of naval education, providing personnel for the Russian fleet, known for the high quality of military and professional training, one of the best naval universities in Russia. The school maintains a high level of scientific and pedagogical potential. Most of the teachers have academic degrees and titles.

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