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UK, West Point cadets train together in Germany PDF Print E-mail

GRAFENWOEHR, Germany - Although typically oceans apart, cadets from two nations joined forces at the U.S. Army’s 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command at Grafenwoehr Training Area July 7-10 for a live-fire exercise. They then moved to Hohenfels Training Area July 11-18 for movement exercises to prepare the young officers-in-training for real-world missions.  British Army Royal Military Academy Sandhurst cadets from England conducted their final field exercise in Germany with a select number of U.S. Military Academy at West Point cadets who earned a spot on the team to join the Sandhurst cadets. The West Point cadets are using this opportunity to fulfill their cadet leadership development training.


Putting the family in family law PDF Print E-mail

As a West Point graduate and former U.S. Army captain, John Haugen of Flower Mound built his law firm over the years, while he and his wife raised eight children … the first of whom, Courtney, seemed destined to become a lawyer. “Ever since I was a kid, I always had a tendency to argue and debate … and I knew when I started college, I wanted to go straight into law school and one day work with my dad,” she said. “When I was little, I was told all the time that I would be a lawyer.” This spring, Courtney became the newest attorney at her father’s law practice.


MG Miller assumes command of Maneuver Center of Excellence PDF Print E-mail

FORT BENNING, GA - A new commanding general has taken his place in the ranks in Fort Benning's leadership.  MG Scott Miller assumed command of the Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning from MG H.R. McMaster during a ceremony at 8 a.m., Friday, July 11, on the parade field behind the National Infantry Museum.  "As I come in here today, I'm about as excited about this assignment as I've been about any assignment in the US Military," Miller said just before the ceremony. "I'm a old infantryman, so I've been coming here since 1981. But when you look at Fort Benning Georgia, and a good assignment…  it comes down to people, it comes down to mission, and of course the community. And when you put all three of those together here in Columbus, Georgia—outside our gates and inside the gates—you've got one fantastic assignment."   Miiller is a 1983 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., and a graduate of the Marine Corps University, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Strategy. His military schooling includes the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.


New commander at West Point Garrison PDF Print E-mail

WEST POINT - The Army Garrison at West Point welcomed its new commander, Colonel Landy Dunham, at a Change of Command Ceremony Thursday at Eisenhower Hall on the campus. Command Sergeant Major Joel Crawford took over responsibility from Command Sergeant Kevin Fauntleroy in the same ceremony. The out-going Commander, Colonel Dane. Rideout, reviewed some of his and his team’s accomplishments over the past two years. Teams he oversaw answered 2100 calls for fire and medical support, performed flood water rescue at Stony Point during Super Storm Sandy, soldiered on through sequestration, two furloughs, and a government shutdown, and kept the instillation safe for thousands of events and millions of visitors.


What WP's class of 1968 can teach the Class of 2018 PDF Print E-mail

Morning, June 30, 1964:  I said good-bye to my dad, mom, and younger sister in our home in South Philadelphia.  I walked the few paces to 2nd Street, turned left, walked to the next corner, caught the Number 5 to 3rd and Market, walked down to 2nd Street, caught the subway to 30th Street, took the train to NYC's Penn Station, walked up 8th Avenue to Port Authority, caught the bus which wound up the west shore of the Hudson to West Point's gate. When I walked through that door, my life changed forever as I joined what would become West Point's Class of 1968. My involvement with West Point's Class of 2018 started several months ago. My class has been planning a 50-Year Affiliation Program, associating us with these young men and women as they endured the gauntlet culminating in entrance ("reception") on July 2, and thereafter.


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