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The core processes of public affairs operations include external public information and media facilitation, internal command information, and community relations and engagement. Additionally, public affairs operations at West Point helps support the U.S. Army’s obligation to keep the American people, as well as its Soldiers and their Families, informed and educated, thereby establishing and reinforcing the conditions that lead to confidence in America’s Army.

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News Releases
  
  
Board of Visitors to Meet at West Point7/17/2014
Garrison Change of Command Ceremony7/7/2014
Class of 2018 to Enter West Point6/23/2014
Be a Cadet for a Day6/13/2014
Class of 2014 General Public Tickets5/22/2014

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Latest Stories
  
  
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Class of 2018 earns respite midway through CBT7/24/2014
One of the favorite traditions of West Point, at least from a new cadet point of view, is the New Cadet Visitation Day or Ice Cream Social where community members invite new cadets to their homes or to picnic areas for food, fun, relaxation and the all important call home Sunday afternoon. Read more...
Yearlings hone patrolling skills at CFT7/24/2014
They may not have reached the objective, but they learned what they could do better next time and they honed their skills both as warriors and as leaders. That is what Cadet Sgt. Samuel Andersen, Cadet Pfc. Taylor Boylan and Cadet Pfc. Hyanghwa Kwak said after the three U.S. Military Academy cadets served as squad leader and two team leaders, respectively, during a patrolling exercise with five of their fellow 3rd Company cadets July 19. Read more...
CLDT concludes with Buckner ceremony6/19/2014
Cadet Leader Development Training ended Monday for more than 900 cadets in the Class of 2015 and Class of 2016.Read more...
Behind the scenes with OPFOR6/18/2014

​During Cadet Leader Development Training this summer, more than 130 rising yearlings served as the opposition force, or OPFOR, and learned a good deal about being bad. Read more...

CLDT: Leading from the Front6/11/2014
More than 900 cadets from the Class of 2015 and Class of 2016 are nearing the end of their 19 days of Cadet Leader Development Training at Camp Buckner. Read more...

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