News

  • A March Back like none before

    Members of the U.S. Military Academy Class of 2024 proudly display their motto as they complete the final leg of a nine-mile road march signifying the successful completion of Cadet Basic Training. The annual March Back followed a different route this year as 1,099 new cadets rucked mostly on post before finishing in front of Quarters 100, where they were greeted by the CBT cadet leadership.
    Photo by Tarnish Pride/USMA PAO Read More



Sports

  • Moore joins track & field, cross country staff

    Army West Point Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Mike Smith announced the hiring of Elise “CeCe” Moore to the coaching staff on July 24. Moore will serve as an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s cross country and track & field programs. Graphic by Army Athletic Communications

    By Nick Lovera
    Army Athletic Communications

    Army West Point Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Mike Smith announced the hiring of Elise “CeCe” Moore to the coaching staff on July 24. Moore will serve as an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s cross country and track & field programs.
    “I feel fortunate that we were able to attract CeCe to West Point,” Smith said. “She is just getting started in her coaching career and comes to us with limited experience, but has demonstrated a strong work ethic as a volunteer at Oklahoma and as a full-time assistant at SIU-Edwardsville. I value work ethic and a willingness to learn above all other qualities and it is clear to me that CeCe possesses both.”
    During her time at SIUE, Moore led the Cougars to new heights with multiple program records. Read More



Leisure

  • Jack Voltaic to be virtual this year

    The Army Cyber Institute is pleased to announce its first-ever virtual Jack Voltaic experiment, a regionally focused exercise that focuses on cities’ abilities to respond to a cyberattack. This is ACI’s third iteration of the Jack Voltaic series and will take place virtually Sept. 22 and 24, for the cities of Charleston and Savannah, respectively. Courtesy graphic

    By Maj. Lisa Beum
    ACI Public Affair Officer

    The Army Cyber Institute is pleased to announce its first-ever virtual Jack Voltaic experiment, a regionally focused exercise that focuses on cities’ abilities to respond to a cyberattack. This is ACI’s third iteration of the Jack Voltaic series and it will take place virtually Sept. 22 and 24, for the cities of Charleston and Savannah, respectively.
    “By conducting Jack Voltaic 3.0 virtually, the ACI and our partners have an excellent opportunity to capitalize on our digital connectivity, strengthen our ties ahead of a potential multi-sector cyber event that impacts critical infrastructure and still meet all of our original objectives,” said Lt. Col. Doug Fletcher, the Army Cyber Institute’s lead for Jack Voltaic.
    In 2016, ACI executed its first major city, multi-sector, public-private cyber exercise called Jack Voltaic. Read More



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