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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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West Point Ranks Top 10 in Best Colleges9/9/2014
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

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Cadet Activities Update (week ending Oct. 3, 2014)10/1/2014

​The Cadet Activities Update for the week ending Oct. 3, 2014.Read more...

Junger, Kearney share war experience from Korengal10/1/2014
Sebastian Junger, the author of “War” and director of “Restrepo” and “Korengal,” spoke with cadets Sept. 22 during a panel discussion hosted by the Defense and Strategic Studies Program. Read more...
Cadet Leadership Series: Q&A with William Miller9/26/2014
Continuing the series of interviews with brigade and regimental leadership in the Corps of Cadets, this installment features Class of 2015 Cadet William Miller, the brigade respect captain. Read more...
Cadet Leadership Series: Q&A with William Goodwin9/25/2014
Continuing the series of interviews with brigade and regimental leadership in the Corps of Cadets, this installment features Class of 2015 Cadet William Goodwin, the 1st Regiment commander. Read more...
Cadet Leadership Series: Q&A with Natalia Drew9/25/2014
Continuing the series of interviews with brigade and regimental leadership in the Corps of Cadets, this installment features Class of 2015 Cadet Natalia Drew, the 4th Regiment commander. Read more...

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