RMC-Duntroon

The Royal Military College at Duntroon prepares cadets and other selected candidates for careers in the Army by promoting leadership and integrity, by inspiring high ideals and the pursuit of excellence, and by inculcating a sense of duty, loyalty and service to the nation.

RMC-D History and Traditions

RMC-D History and Traditions

Drawing many influences from its colonial origins, RMC-D is steeped in customs and traditions which are unique to the Australian Army.
RMC Graduation

RMC-D Leaders

Since 1911, RMC-D has drawn the highest calibre of Australian Army leaders to oversee the training of future officers.

Listed are the rolls of appointees to key leadership positions at the College, past and present.
Joining RMC-D

Joining RMC-D

The method of entry to RMC-D is dependant on an applicant's background, be it civilian, in-service or as an Army graduate of the Australian Defence Force Academy.
Life at RMC-D

Life at RMC-D

Staff Cadets are allocated to one of the five companies of the Corps while progressing from III Class to I Class over the course of eighteen months.