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The United States Military Academy & The Association of Graduates
Conference Dates: 27 - 29 April 2006

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The purpose of this conference is to recognize and advance the United States Military Academy's progressive contribution to the success of the All-Volunteer Force by:  celebrating the integration of women into the Corps of Cadets; recognizing the contribution women leaders are making to the Army Profession and the Nation; and, planning for future contributions to an increasingly diverse Army and Nation.  

Conference registration is now available by selecting the hyperlink to the left. We encourage all graduates to participate in the Graduate Living History Project, and our women graduates to participate in the Graduate Data Collection Project.  Please refer to the email notifying you of this site for the userid and password to access the Graduate Data Collection Project.

On October 8, 1975, the President of the United States signed into law a bill directing that women be admitted to America’s service academies. The  first class to include women entered the United States Military Academy in 1976.  Since that time, women have continued to join that Long Gray Line as cadets and West Point graduates serving the Nation as leaders in and out of military uniform. It is this great success and accomplishment that we celebrate this conference weekend.

Through December31, 2005, 2815 women have graduated from West Point.

Page last updated 1/30/2006

For more information after reading this website, please contact the Committee Co-Chairs Kathi Snook or Ellen Houlihan

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