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Sea Dragon Highlight: Elle Taylor, the tennis star

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The Mighty 25: Veterans to watch in 2017

After their service, many veterans find ways to continue to make great strides across the nation and the globe — from the arts to politics to non-profit organizations.
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Sue Fulton Thinks Equal Rights Make the Military Stronger

You were a member of the first co-ed class at West Point, then you served in the Army for five and a half years, but it’s safe to say that you’ve spent more time on a different battle: fighting for civil rights within the military.
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Graduate student wins UT’s first Three Minute Thesis competition

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Four Black Knights Named All-Americans

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Idaho 'adrenaline junkie' wins skydiving gold

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USMA Grad leads nonprofit giving students the opportunity to be creative

"The winter break program is an opportunity for students to work on academic enrichment as well as to have some fun doing arts and crafts," said Tiffani Worthy, CEO and chairwoman of the foundation.
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President Obama Announces New Board of Visitors

President Barack Obama announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to key Administration posts.
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Evans employees nab awards

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Good Government Academy Names New Leader

After a months-long search, the National Academy of Public Administration has found a new president and CEO: Teresa Gerton, an Army veteran who also has extensive civilian federal management experience.
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Bettyann Sheats-Wins Maine's 64th District House of Representatives Position

Bettyann Sheats won the 64th District State House race in Maine in the 2016 race.
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Maj. Gen. Nadja West confirmed as 44th Army Surgeon General

OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL Falls Church, Va. (Dec. 11, 2015) -- The Senate confirmed Thursday Maj. Gen. Nadja West to serve as the new Army Surgeon General and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM).
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Paula Broadwell: “I need to fight back for my life”

Norah O’Donnell’s exclusive interview with Paula Broadwell will air in full on “CBS This Morning,” Thursday, Dec. 8. The woman whose affair with David Petraeus ended his career as CIA director has a message: She also deserves a second chance. “I need to fight back for my life,” she told CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell in an interview that will air Thursday on “CBS This Morning.” In the first national television interview she’s given since news broke in 2012 of her relationship with Petraeus, Broadwell talked with CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell about how she continues to suffer privately and publicly, while Petraeus has largely been redeemed in the public eye.
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Boxing Draft 2

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USMA Announces New Academic Dean

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Op-ed: Women should be in Selective Service, and the nation will need them

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Would You Go to Mars? Meet the Four Women Astronauts Who Can't Wait to Get There

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Lisa Jaster, once a ‘unicorn’ at Army Ranger School, will attend the State of the Union address

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Army women headed back to NCAAs after beating Loyola 69-51

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U.S. West Point Academy Swears in First Woman Commandant of Cadets

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How the first female Ranger School grads are inspiring a new generation of West Point women

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Turning Point: How May 29 changed Ranger School forever

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West Point Women Ranger School Graduates

The United States Military Academy at West Point is the premier leadership institute in the world and accordingly, West Point Women graduates have always known that there are women within our ranks who could successfully tackle the Army's premier combat leadership course, Ranger School.
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West Point Women Needs Your Support

West Point Women is a charitable organization that seeks ways to give back in support of West Point, with a focus on its women Cadets and Grads. Click on the Donate Now button at the top of the page to "pay it forward".
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