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WPAOG Great Hall

Have your party here!

This unique location makes the perfect backdrop for your special event.
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Register of Graduates

150 Years of History

Don't miss your opportunity to be included in the 2015 edition.
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Thayer Award 2014

Recipient Condoleezza Rice

"You inspire us because you believe in Duty and Honor and Country"
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Army Tailgating

Home and Away Games

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Nininger Award 2014

Captain Kevin Mott '07

"Mott is truly an incredible leader who embodies the values of USMA and the Army."
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Reunions

Save the date

Reminisce and see old friends!

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Tailgates

Plan Ahead

Celebrate Army Football

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Thayer Award

2014 Recipient

Condoleezza Rice

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Thayer Award

Dr. Condoleezza Rice received this years Thayer Award from West Point and the Association of Graduates. Rice remarked that it was the Corps of Cadets that inspires America's citizens.

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West Point Affinity Prompts Endowment

“The electrical engineering, computer science, and information technology majors provide graduates with the technical background that is essential in the current defense environment,” Dr. Van Trees '52

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2014 Nininger Award

Kevin Mott '07 accepted the West Point AOG 2014 Nininger Award. He was nomitated for his bravery as an individualand and for heroically leading soldiers in combat.

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CDT Drew Stanley

Your Gifts Enhance Cadet Experience

CDT Kilner '15 is better equipped to look at circumstances from a different perspective after his time at a NGO.
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New Cadet Barracks

"A new barracks that meets Army standards is needed to relieve overcrowding in the existing barracks."

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West Point on Forbes Top 10

Fourth among best liberal arts colleges. Princeton Review says first in "most accessible professors" in their guide.

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