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Class Notes

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World War I

The Great War

How did WWI affect West Point?.
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Branch Week

Cadets Gain Insight

Branch representatives educate cadets on their respective Army career fields.
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Welcome Back!

Fall Reunion Classes

'59, '69, '74, '84, '89, '94, '99, '04.
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Army Tailgating Legacy

Home and Away Games

Don't miss out on this tailgate season.  read more

Keep it Going!

Final 18 months of For Us All Campaign

Superintendent announces top 10 priorities.
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Save the date

Reminisce and see old friends!

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Plan Ahead

Celebrate Army Football

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Thayer Award

2014 Recipient

Condoleezza Rice

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1967 Presents Flag to 2017

The 50-Year affiliation Class attended the Yearling class promotion from privates to corporals.  They also presented the class with their own class flag which will accompany them to all major milestones during their time at West Point.

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Graduate March Back

Two-hundered and forty three "Old Grads" participated in this years March Back event with the Class of 2018. This is the first of many 50-year affiliation events that the class of 1968 and 2018 will share during their time at West Point.  Read More

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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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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