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Class Notes

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Congratulations 2015

"We Trust You" - GEN Dempsey

"Well Done" to the Long Gray Lines newest members.
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2015 DGA Recipients

Distinguished Graduate Award

Max Noah '53, Roderic Vitty '55, John Moellering '59, Bill Murdy II '64, Jodie Glore '69, Thomas Metz '71
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Projects Day 2015

Hosted by USMA

Fourteen departments & students from four other colleges participated in over 250 presentations.
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Cadet Life Is Hectic

West Point Never Stops

Battle rhythms of barracks life.
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Calendar

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Reunions

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Class of 2015 Graduation

994 cadets graduated from the Class of 2015. The ceremony featured GEN Martin E. Dempsey '74, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as the commencement speaker.

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2015 Distinguished Graduate Award

WPAOG is pleased to announce this year's recipients of the Distinguished Graduate Award. LTG(R) Noah '53 Mr. Vitty '55, LTG(R) Moellering '59, Mr. Murdy II '64, Mr. Glore '69, LTG(R) Metz '71

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Superintendent's Priorities

Just as we want our recently commissioned second lieutenants to thrive, we also want West Point to thrive. Your support and leadership are critical to this effort.

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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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