Russian army is so degraded it won't recover in "lifetime": Ukraine adviser
Russia has "a lot of resources, but they aren't unlimited. They are running low on many of their weapons and ammo," a U.S. adviser to Ukraine told Newsweek.
Cocaine, Fentanyl Cause 6 West Point Cadets to Overdose: Police
Five cadets remain hospitalized, including two in critical condition and on ventilators, after overdosing on fentanyl-laced cocaine during a spring break trip to Florida.
West Point Grads Demand Alum Resign as Rep Over Oath Keepers Membership
Eastman has been uninvited from events after he drew a comparison between Biden and Adolf Hitler and posted a link to a Holocaust denial site on social media.
West Point Apologizes for Saying Robert E. Lee Announced End of Slavery
The West Point Association of Graduates tweeted that Robert E. Lee had assisted Union General Gordon Granger in proclaiming slaves had been freed following the end of the Civil War.
West Point Academy to Investigate Allegations of Racism After Alumni Letter
"We are consistently silenced and shunned by our Chain of Command and peers when we speak out against racist behavior," wrote one West Point cadet.
Trump Addresses West Point Grads as Military Faces Questions of Politics
Ahead of Trump's speech, hundreds of West Point graduates penned an open letter to the academy's class of 2020 warning of the tumult of contemporary politics.
How to Watch Donald Trump's West Point Graduation Speech
The event is expected to bring an estimated 1,000 cadets back to West Point.
Long Gray Line Warns Against 'Blind Obedience' as Gen. Milley Apologizes
"When leaders betray public faith through deceitful rhetoric, quibbling, or the appearance of unethical behavior, it erodes public trust," the letter from a group of former West Point graduates read.
West Point Says Cadets' Gesture at Army-Navy Game Was 'Innocent Game'
Although the behavior wasn't seen as an effort to promote racist ideology, West Point said it was "disappointed" in the cadets actions
Possible Flashing of White Power Hand Sign at Army-Navy Game Prompts Uproar
"Expulsion?" one Twitter user asked.
West Point's Newest Class Has More Minority New Cadets than Last Year
While the number of new female cadets didn't increase, it remained consistent with figures from previous years.
West Point Graduation: How to Watch, Live Stream Mike Pence's Speech
This is Pence's second time speaking at West Point, but his first time as graduation speaker.
Trump Saw Michigan GOP Candidate on TV, Backed Him
The president said John James is "doing so well" he plans to head to Michigan to support the Republican hopeful in person.
Body Found in Lake Was Missing Kayaker: Authorities
Maranda "Randy" Whitten had last been seen kayaking in Georgia's West Point Lake on Friday, August 17.
'Commie Cadet' Spenser Rapone Discharged From U.S. Army
Spenser Rapone gave the Army "one final salute" in a photo showing him giving the middle finger to the Fort Drum entrance.
What Is a Space Force? Trump Wants U.S. Troops in Orbit
This is the second time Trump has publicly said he wants to develop a U.S. space force.
West Point Marries First Active-Duty, Same-Sex Couple
The two helicopter pilots met while "don't ask, don't tell" was in effect.
Rubio Demands Answers Over 'Communist' West Point Grad
The Army has not announced any disciplinary action against Rapone, but West Point issued a statement suggesting that they are "looking into the matter."
A Socialist Grad Brings Controversy to West Point
West Point issued a statement condemning the tweet by Spenser Rapone, saying his actions "in no way reflect the values of the U.S. Military Academy or the U.S. Army."
No, Mr. Pence. American Forces Don't Do Blind Obedience
Remarks at the U.S. Naval Academy reveal the vice president's ignorance about the law.
Homophobic, Islamophobic Green Not Fit to Lead Army
He could not lead the tens of thousands of LGBTQ and Muslim soldiers in the Army.
Army's Secret Weapon Can Drop Bombs—and Dribble
Kelsey Minato is Army's all-time leading scorer.
Early West Point Women Reflect On Ranger School News
The first two women will graduate from the Army's Ranger School on August 21.