What’s Happening

  • R-DAY Rehearsal volunteers needed

    If you are 12 years of age or older and in good health, sign up and spend a morning at West Point to be a part of a storied tradition and help West Point prepare for Reception Day.

    There is a limit to age due to the physical, environmental and emotional challenges that the volunteers will be put through.

    The web registration is limited to the first 300 volunteers, visit http://www.usma.edu/uscc/Sitepages/Rehearsal.aspx.

    “Be a Cadet Candidate” is scheduled for 9 a.m.-1 p.m. June 30.

    Reception Day is an annual event held at the U.S. Military Academy to receive more than 1,150 incoming cadet candidates to West Point initiating the beginning of Cadet Basic Training on the road to becoming members of the Corps of Cadets. Read More

  • West Point Band performs “Music of the Caribbean”

    The West Point Band’s Steel Drum Band will continue the Music Under the Stars concert series with “Music of the Caribbean” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Trophy Point Amphitheater.

    This concert offers a wide variety of styles ranging from traditional calypso to American patriotic and pop songs. In the event of inclement weather, this concert will move indoors to Eisenhower Hall Ballroom.

    This performance is free and open to all.

    “Music of the Caribbean” is sure to put you in the summer swing with soothing sounds performed on authentic steel drums crafted from 55 gallon oil drums.

    You’ll hear island classics made famous by Harry Belafonte, such as “Jamaican Farewell” and “Jump in the Line.” Also featured will be the clarinet and vocal talents of Sgt. Read More

  • WORK IN PROGRESS

    Please note that it’s the time of year where we ramp up on construction projects around post. Please keep an eye out for construction vehicles and be mindful of signs that give instruction to not cross barriers or roads.

    Thank you for your cooperation!

    Members of the General Support shop were honored at the USCC awards ceremony by the former Commandant, Brig. Gen. Diana Holland, this past month with appreciation certificates for their work to create an ADA standard environment in the cadet barracks. Their quick turnaround time and efforts to create an ADA standard restroom and ramp were well appreciated. Read More

  • “The American Soldier” on Bannerman’s Island

    Writer and actor Douglas Taurel stars in this critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play. The play is based on factual accounts and actual letters written by both American Soldiers and their family members spanning over 200 years—from the American Revolution through the present day conflict in the Middle East. Taurel’s tour de force performance honors and explores the internal struggles that veterans and their families face when returning home from combat. “The American Soldier” exposes the veterans flaws and scars, with both darkness and humor—while honoring their incredible commitment for our freedoms. The show is scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday at Bannerman Island. The boat departs from Beacon at 3 and 4:15 p.m. for the 5 p.m. show. For tickets, call 855-256-4007. For more details on this performance and other Bannerman’s Island events, call Executive Director Neil Caplan at 845-831-6346. Read More

  • Religious Services at West Point

    Religious Services POCs

    USMA Chaplain—Col. Matt Pawlikowski at 938-3316.

    Garrison Chaplain—Lt. Col. David Jacob at 938-6717/2003.

    Catholic Community Chaplain—Maj. Ken Bolin at 938-3721/8760.

    Jewish Community Chaplain—Capt. David Ruderman at 938-2766/2710.

    Protestant Community Chaplain—Lt. Col. Brett Charsky at 938-0585/3412.

    USCC Brigade Chaplain—Lt. Col. Harold Cline at 938-0585/3412.

    Website to access services: http://www.westpoint.army.mil/documents/ReligiousServices_rso.pdf

    Religious Services

    Assembly of God—Sunday, 10 a.m. at 134 Old State Road in Highland Falls.

    Church of Christ—Sunday, 10:30 a.m. at the Cadet Interfaith Center, Bldg. 147.

    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints—Sunday, 10 a.m. at Thayer Hall, Room 144.

    Eastern Orthodox—Sunday, 9 a.m. at St. Martin’s Chapel in the Cadet Chapel.

    Episcopal—Sunday, 10 a.m. at the Church of the Holy Innocents in Highland Falls. Read More

  • #USMA Social Scene

    #USMA Social Scene

    USMA Facebook - facebook.com/WESTPOINTUSMA

    Connect on Twitter and Instgram! @westpoint_usma Read More

  • SHARP Resources

    • West Point Sexual Assault/Harassment Response Hotline: 845-659-7467;

    • USMA SHARP Program Manager, Samantha Ross—call 845-938-0508;

    • USCC SARC, Capt. Kathryn Hermon—call 845-938-7479 or email kathryn.hermon@usma.edu;

    • USMAPS SARC, Dr. Stephanie Marsh—call 845-938-1950 or email stephanie.marsh@usma.edu;

    • Garrison SARC, Dan Toohey—call 845-938-5657 or email dan.toohey@usma.edu;

    • KACH SARC, Sgt. 1st Class Cheri Safford—call 938-4150 or cheri.k.safford.mil@mail.mil;

    • USCC Victim Advocate, Kerry Dunham—call 845-938-3532 or email kerry.dunham@usma.edu. Read More

  • FEATURED ITEM

    Road closures due to training

    Due to military training, the following locations will be closed during the months of June and July.

    • Mine Torne Road—June 20-25, July 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12-18 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.;

    • Stilwell Lake—June 20-25, July 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12-18 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m..

    For details on the closures, contact Alec M. Lazore, range officer, at alec.lazore@usma.edu or 845-938-3007/3930.

     

     

     

     

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Salute to Freedom Sail

    The sixth annual Salute to Freedom Sail is scheduled for noon Saturday. This will be the fourth time that Newburgh has participated in the event.

    The Sail includes wounded warriors, Purple Heart recipients, veterans, families and invited guests.

    The sail passes by towns in the Hudson Valley, where people are gathered to wave flags and honor them as they sail by various locations.

    The Flotilla goes north on the east side of the river until the Newburgh/Beacon Bridge, crosses and then comes down the west side of the river.

    As the sail passes by the Newburgh Waterfront, an Honor Salute is rendered by Military Color Guards.

    Once all the yachts complete their run, lunch is served at Billy Joe’s Restaurant to all veterans, families and guests. Read More

  • EDUCATION and WORKSHOPS

    Army Education Center

    College courses are offered through the Army Education Center at West Point, located at 683 Buckner Loop.

    Undergraduate classes:

    • Mount Saint Mary College—Call Shari Seidule at 845-446-0535 or email Sharon.Seidule@msmc.edu;

    • Saint Thomas Aquinas—Call Erica Rodriguez at 845-446-2555 or email ERodrigu@stac.edu.

    Graduate studies:

    • John Jay College of Criminal Justice–Master’s Degree in Public Administration—Call Jennifer Heiney at 845-446-5959 or email jjcwestpoint@yahoo.com;

    • Long Island University–Master’s Degrees in School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Counseling—Call Mary Beth Leggett at 845-446-3818 or email marybeth.leggett@liu.edu.

    Army Personnel Testing programs

    The Army Education Center at West Point offers Army Personnel Testing (APT) programs such as the AFCT, DLAB, DLPT, SIFT through the DA and DLI. Read More

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