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USMA New Cadet Barracks, Industry Day

The New Cadet Barracks is currently budgeted in Fiscal Year 2013 at a Programmed Amount of $192M.  The project will provide barracks space for 650 Cadets.  The project is critical to the United States Military Academy (USMA) to eliminate overcrowding.  The Academy's goal is to occupy the New Cadet Barracks as early as possible, preferably moving Cadets into the new facility at the beginning of an academic year.


West Point competes in Cyber Defense Competition

WEST POINT, N.Y. -- During a time of war, a defense tactic that's becoming increasingly important is being learned inside a classroom. West Point cadets being challenged on defending a country stationed at a computer. The Academy takes part in a Cyber Defense Competition. It's aimed at keeping information systems secure. "We should under estimate a terrorist or any other organization who wants to do harm to us using computer network," said Colonel David Raymond. West Point is competing along with other military academies, including Army's number one rival, Navy. The exercise is run by the National Security Agency.

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Halstead to speak at 2012 Tribute to Women dinner

Ginny Rizzo, Chairperson of the 2012 Orange County Tribute to Women of Achievement event committee, is proud to announce that Retired Brigadier General Rebecca Halstead will be the keynote speaker for the 2012 Tribute to Women annual awards dinner on Wednesday, May 9, 2012. General Halstead is a 1981 graduate of the United States Military Academy.


Delbarton getting involved with the Wounded Warrior

Former West Point lacrosse captain and 1st Lt. John Fernandez addressed the Delbarton school community in the Fine Arts Center on March 27, 2012. Fernandez represents the Wounded Warrior Project in its efforts to secure care, support and recognition for wounded soldiers in all branches of the US military.


Broker bankrupted in kangaroo court

He’s turning 50. He’s got a wife and three kids. And this is where he’s landed after losing an arbitration with his former employer before his industry’s self-regulating body, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.Mensack claimed he was forced to leave Morgan Stanley MS -0.27%    after he accused the firm of taking hidden fees from its retirement-account customers. In July, a Finra panel ruled against this would-be whistleblower and ordered him to pay Morgan Stanley $1.2 million, essentially demanding most of his bonus back after quitting, plus interest and legal fees.Unfortunately, he can’t stop taking the word “fiduciary” literally. A commissioned U.S. Army officer, he taught philosophy and ethics at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point.



Learn To Be Alone With Your Thoughts

What makes a great leader? Solitude, says William Deresiewicz. Speaking to a plebe class at West Point, he said that without solitude, it’s hard to arrive at thoughts that are your own, and hard to develop the moral compass and moral courage necessary to act on those thoughts.

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Andrew Maisano makes the tough decision

At some point in a person’s life they have to make a decision. A decision on what job they want to take. Whether or not to get married and start a family. Or, something simple as to what college they want to attend. “West Point constantly kept me out of my comfort zone, whether it was the amount of school work, demands for lacrosse, or the training I was required to participate in,” he explained. “Even though I look back now and find some of my trials to be trivial, I know that my ability to accept change and look for solutions instead of merely pouting, like many people of my generation generally enjoys doing, was made possible by all of the stresses that the academy placed on me. I learned to truly be responsible for my actions, and that excuses don’t change the fact that the job did not get done.”

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Harrisburg Boxing Club fighters go 1-1

Harrisburg teen Angel Rivera (7-2) was not as fortunate, in his 201-pound dustup, falling on points to returning national champion Mikus Igaunis of the U.S. Military Academy. Igaunis floored Rivera in the opening round, but the youngster picked himself up and went right after the West Point junior.


Dempsey, Israeli leaders meet to discuss Iran

JERUSALEM — The U.S. military’s top general conducted an intense string of closed-door talks with Israeli leaders Friday, amid apparent disagreements between the two countries over how to respond to Iran’s disputed nuclear program. The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, and Israeli leaders kept silent about the exact content of their discussions. Dempsey was expected to urge Israel not to rush to attack Iran at a time when the U.S. is trying to rally additional global support to pressure Tehran through sanctions to dial back its nuclear program.

GEN Dempsey graduated from West Point in 1974.


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