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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
West Point Welcomes New Commandant8/7/2014
Austin Welch Named Cadet First Captain8/6/2014
Princeton Review Ranks West Point in Top 108/5/2014
Board of Visitors to Meet at West Point7/17/2014
Garrison Change of Command Ceremony7/7/2014

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Latest Stories
Cadet Leadership Series: Q&A with Austin Welch8/21/2014

​This is the first in a series of interviews with brigade and regiment leadership in the Corps of Cadets. The following is the Q&A with Austin Welch, the brigade commander. Read more...

Cadet Leadership Series: Q&A with Nick Pappas8/21/2014

​This is the second in a series of interviews with brigade and regimental leadership in the Corps of Cadets. This installment features Class of 2015 Cadet Nick Pappas, the brigade command sergeant major. Read more...

USMA welcomes new commandant8/14/2014

​The U.S. Military Academy welcomes Brig. Gen. John Thomson as the 75th commandant of cadets Aug. 11 during a ceremony at Crest Hall. Read more...

Cadet leadership takes charge of Corps8/14/2014
Class of 2015 cadets serving brigade and regimental leadership positions met Saturday at Eisenhower Hall for key leader development training, and spoke with the brigade tactical officer, commandant of cadets and superintendent while planning and collaborating on a shared vision and plan for the academic year. Read more...
Pyramids in Mexico?8/7/2014
Those who have not traveled south of the border are often surprised by the discovery of pyramids left by ancient civilizations of the Americas, such as the Mayan and Aztec. Ancient pyramids are often exclusively associated with Egypt. A group of six cadets had the opportunity to experience life and culture in Mexico from June 24-July 14, everything from exotic foods to astounding pyramids. Read more...

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