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Cadets in STAP I MC364 Mechanics of Materials visited the Scranton Army Ammunition Plant in Scranton, PA, on 22 May 2015. SCAAP was working on 5-inch naval rounds during the visit. The image above shows the induction furnace that heats the steel prior to the first forging operation.
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From 2-4 April, the Combating Terrorism Center took 17 cadets to Washington D.C. and met with a number of key leaders in the State Department, including the Combating Terrorism Deputy Coordinator, Mark Thompson.
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On 10 April, civil engineering cadets in CE371 Soil Mechanics and Foundation Design, boarded a Circle Line Cruise boat in New York City and toured the Tappan Zee Bridge construction site.
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Army Sailing Defeats Navy at Spirit Rider Regatta - CPT (P) Matty Haith accompanied the Army Sailing Team to Long Island to compete; Army has beaten Navy over the past four years.
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On 28 May, 2015, Dr. Stephen Finn (CFE), MAJ Bridgete Bell (BSL), MAJ Robert Nahabedian (GENE), and MAJ Renee Ramsey (SOC) gave a presented "Developing a Community of Reflective Teachers: The West Point Model" at the Spring Lilly Conference on Teaching in Bethesda, MD.
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On 4 May 2015, USMA cadet teams won four of the five prizes including first place at the 2015 Soldier Design Competition at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, co-sponsored by the Institute for Soldier Nano-technology and the USMA Center for Innovation and Engineering.
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CDTs Jorge Figueroa-Cecco, Scott Horras, Colin Hwang, Luke Miller, and Will Viana from CS485-Parallel Computing with Dr. Suzanne J. Matthews, visiting the Army Research Center and the original Cray-2 supercomputer, the fastest machine in the world when it debuted in 1985.
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On 8 April, cadets from MS300 and MS200 conducted an operations order briefing using the Augmented Reality Sandtable (ARES) in the Engineering Psychology Labs.