West Point to Graduate Record Number of Black Female Cadets
The 34 women comprise a thin slice of the roughly 1,000 cadets in the Class of 2019.
Where's Capt. Molly? Search On for Revolutionary Hero Grave
Revolutionary War hero Margaret "Captain Molly" Corbin was thought to be buried at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Veterans Behind Bars: US Jails Set Aside Special Cellblocks
There are at least 86 prisons and jails with designated veterans' housing, according to federal government statistics.
Accuser Says She Told West Point Cadet in Sex Case: 'Stop'
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West Point Names Barracks for Tuskegee Airman and Air Force General
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West Point Grads Ready for Post-Afghanistan Future
With combat in Afghanistan winding down, members of the U.S. Military Academy's Class of 2014 insist they're equally prepared...
West Point Works to Boost Female Cadet Numbers
West Point wants more women to keep the academy ahead of the curve as the Pentagon lifts restrictions for women in combat job...
Seneca Falls, NY, Claims Link to ‘Wonderful Life'
Did George Bailey live his wonderful life in upstate New York?
Report Criticizes West Point Leader
The Department of Defense inspector general concluded that the West Point superintendent misused his position.
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