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2018 Acceptance Day

New Cadets Join the Corps

The Class of 2018 officially entered the Corps of Cadets during Accceptance Day Parade.
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March Back

Old Grads Join New Cadets

Classes gripping hands during the 12 mile trek. 
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Army Tailgating Legacy

Home and Away Games

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Keep it Going!

Final 18 months of For Us All Campaign

Superintendent announces top 10 priorities.
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'17 Flag Out For a Run

Yearlings Complete CFT

Class of 1967 continues to "Grip Hands" with the Class of 2017 during the CFT awards. 
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Leaders Conference

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August 13-16, 2014

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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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Graduate March Back

11-12 August 2014 (Monday - Tuesday) USMA Graduates can march back with the New Cadets at the end of Cadet Basic Training.​ This event is only open to West Point Graduates!

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Mission Accomplished

Thanks to you and 2,062 other graduates, Army beat Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard in our first-ever All Academy Challenge! We reached a participation rate of 4.35 percent and raised over $650,000 in ten days.

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Army Navy Hotel Block

The West Point Association of Graduates has reserved an alumni block of rooms at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel for this years Army Navy game on December 13, 2014

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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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