OMG just found out blainford is real my cousins bff has got a scholarship to go there yay.
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That cadet was Robert E. Lee.
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Yes, the school is a pubilc community college, which offers the associate degree.
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There is a list of graduates and their portraits at http://www.virtualwp.org/Images/1859Portraits/index.html
There is a link on the same page to the whole class of 1859.
The west point US military academy was established in 1802.
The Boston University website is particularly informative and includes all the entry requirements. The links from the councellor pages are particularly good and include PowerPoint presentations explaining the selective score submissions process. It is a bit of a hunt but well worth it.
Union General Joseph Gilbert Totten graduated from West Point in 1805. He was the 10th cadet to graduate from West Point. He served under the much younger General George B. McClellan in the 1862 Peninsula campaign. He died in 1864, having spent his entire life in the US Army.
From searches on the net, depending on year, I've found between 15 and 18% of cadets are eagle scouts.
NO You do not have to pay You serve your country as a second Lt. in the Army after Graduation and for doing this you do not have to pay.
The United States Military Academy was built at an existing U.S. Army base - West Point. That's where it got its name. West Point was the first of the American Army bases built after the Declaration of Independence was signed, and Benedict Arnold was its commander. Wikipedia has a post, and a link is provided.
Ulysses S. Grant entered West Point in 1839 and graduated in 1843.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, and General Pershing are just a few.
The West Point military academy is located on the west bank of Hudson River. It is located approximately 40 miles north of New York City. Upon visiting they offer such attractions as the visitors center, museum, cemetary and concerts & shows hall.
The first black West Point cadet was former slave James Webster Smith, who entered the academy in 1870 but did not graduate. Henry O. Flipper was the first black cadet to graduate from West Point, in 1877.
I don't know about the other branches, but the Navy won't even consider you without a High School diploma, regardless of age. Aside from that (if you graduate early) I think the minimum for all branches is 17. The maximum age depends on branch. For Navy, it's 32. I think it's 40 for Army.
In West Point, New York in the United States of America
Nothing. The US Army pays for all tuition.
39 miles up I-85 NORTH.
Founder of West Point