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Thoughts From an Outgoing Platoon Leader…

I did my last ruck march as a platoon leader this morning.  It was still dark when I stepped off on a route I’ve come… Continue Reading

Lost City of Z, Steve Jobs, and What It Means to be a Visionary…

The thoughts conveyed in this article are the writer’s alone, and the following content does not reflect the official views or policies of the Department… Continue Reading

Times They Are A Changing: What a Decade has Taught Me About Life…

Bob Dylan may have had it right.   After about a decade, the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq winding down.  How I Met Your Mother… Continue Reading

Why I Don’t Want YOU to be a West Point Graduate…

By 1LT John Haynes, USMA Class of 2011 Photo by: Mike Laeding of Sulphur Springs Photography The following is an article written by my classmate,… Continue Reading

Power Beyond Measure…

  “‘I prayed only once in Afghanistan,’ O’Byrne wrote to me after it was all over. ‘It was when Restrepo got shot, and I prayed… Continue Reading

Crying Over Spilled Milk: Making Sense of Policy Objectives in Afghanistan

– 2LT Ty Stephens. We have been at war in Afghanistan for over a decade. So long that political interest and awareness about the conflict… Continue Reading