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Superintendents Of The United States Military Academy
... The commanding officer of the United States Military Academy is its Superintendent ... The officer appointed is by tradition a graduate of the United States Military Academy, commonly known as "West Point" ...
United States Military Academy Preparatory School
... The United States Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS), sometimes referred to as West Point Prep, is a preparatory school for the United States Military Academy (USMA) currently located at West Point since ... in 1946, its official mission is "to provide academic, military and physical instruction in a moral-ethical military environment to prepare and motivate candidates ...
George Washington (statue) - United States - New York - Outside New York City
... in the base of the Tower of Victory, Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site, Newburgh ... after George Washington by Jean-Antoine Houdon (1791), United States Military Academy, West Point ... George Washington Monument (1916), United States Military Academy, West Point ...
Kemper Military School - Notable Alumni - Military
... Brigadier General Edmund Barber "Ben" Edwards, United States Military Academy Graduate, United States Air Force Major General Edward B ... Giller, United States Air Force Lieutenant General Charles R ... Hamm - eleventh Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy Major General William P ...
Michael Simpson Culbertson - Early Life
... He entered United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, on 1 July 1835 ... United States Military Academy graduated him 6th of 31 in the class of 1839, and he received a commission as a second lieutenant in the First Artillery on 1 July 1839 ... He served briefly as assistant professor of mathematics at United States Military Academy 1 January to 1 February 1840 ...

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