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An oration prepared for delivery before the Corps of Cadets, at West-Point

William Maynadier

An oration prepared for delivery before the Corps of Cadets, at West-Point

on the fiftieth anniversary of American independence

by William Maynadier

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Published by Printed at the Office of the Gazette, by Parmenter & Spalding in Newburgh, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fourth of July orations,
  • Baccalaureate addresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Cadet Wm. Maynadier
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 22650
    ContributionsUnited States Military Academy
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15014662M

      General Douglas Macarthur’s Duty Honor Country speech was delivered to the Corps of Cadets at West Point fifty years ago this month. As the Class of prepare for graduation from our Service Academies this week, the words of a great soldier still echo true today and serve as great advice for our newest Second Lieutenants and Ensigns.   The stage will be set up in front of the massive Washington Hall, where the cadets take their meals. It was there, in May , that the most famous West Point speech was delivered.

      Weeks before President John F. Kennedy addressed the Class of , Gen. Douglas MacArthur gave his "Duty, Honor, Country" speech to the corps of cadets in the Mess Hall. Excerpts from President Donald J. Trump's remarks at the United States Military Academy at West Point Graduation Ceremony (as prepared for delivery) This premier military academy produces only the best of the best—the strongest of the strong—and the bravest of the brave.

    Every decision we make is in cohesion with the Academy's mission to prepare our cadets to be officers in the U.S. Army throughout their month experience at West Point. Unlike other programs in America, our cadet-athletes do not get the opportunity to make up for the lost time in their sports. United States Military Academy: An address delivered before the Corps of Cadets of the United States Military Academy, at West-Point, on the fifty-third anniversary of American Independence / (Newburgh: Printed by Parmenter & Spalding, ), also by Joseph Ritner (page images at HathiTrust).


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An oration prepared for delivery before the Corps of Cadets, at West-Point by William Maynadier Download PDF EPUB FB2

An oration prepared for delivery before the Corps of Cadets, at West-Point: on the fiftieth anniversary of American independence Author: William Maynadier ; United States Military Academy.

Excerpt from An Oration on the Duties and the Requirements of an American Officer: Delivered Before the Dialectic Society of the United States Military Academy; West Point, N. Y., June 5, IT was remarked by one of the wise men of modern times that the duties of Author: M.

Hammond. Since its founding here along the Hudson River years ago, the United States Military Academy has educated, trained, and inspired Corps of Cadets on a. Prayer does not change God, but it changes him who prays – Søren Kierkegaard The stated mission of the United States Military Academy is to “educate, train and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in.

Be prepared for class. (Bring necessary class material, agenda book, and completed homework.) 3. Be an active participant in class. (Make the most of class time.) 4. Be a leader in the corps. (Display proper military bearing and uniform.) GraduaTion reQuireMenTs Cadets enrolled in Grades must take 6 courses per semester and must.

OnFive Star U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur accepted the Sylvanus Thayer Award and delivered a remarkable speech to the corps of cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. Sincethe Association of Graduates of the United States Military Academy has presented the Sylvanus Thayer Award to an outstanding citizen of the United States whose.

Big Tech CEOs testify before House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee; Text of Obama's Speech to West Point Cadets. To the United States Corps of Cadets. ODIN - A Norwegian god to whom cadets appeal for rain before parades, inspections, etc. 1 Percenter - A cadet that ends their West Point month leadership experience with the same girlfriend or boyfriend with whom they entered the academy with (i.e.

their high school sweetheart). Typically only 1 percent of the class is able to accomplish this. mater, the US Military Academy at West Point, to give a speech to the cadets.

In the speech he outlined his recipe for being a leader in the 21 st century military. The following cadets received awards in this ceremony: Cadet Col. Michael MuUin, Com- manding Officer of the Cadet Corps, for having achieved the status of the outstanding cadet in the Air Force ROTC corps at the College of St.

Thomas, was presented with his first set of officer's insignia and a copy of the Air Officers Guide by the Reserve. The NCO referred me to ARArmy Command Policy, which makes it pretty clear that West Point cadets do, in fact, outrank Army NCOs. This regulation shows that cadets rank after commissioned and warrant officers, but before NCOs.

Very interesting. I learned something that day. You’re right, Sergeant, a West Point cadet DOES outrank you. An Address Delivered Before the Association of Graduates of the U.

Military Academy, West Point, at the Annual Reunion, J 8vo pamphlet, 16pp. Red paper wraps with title in black on front cover. Front cover is detached, and is slightly chipped at corners. Presentation copy signed by "the author", dated Sep. 21 Address to the Corps of Cadets, West Point A.

All Cadets will comply with the following basic rules of the old Cadet/new Cadet system. 1) Old and new Cadet relationships are impartial, professional and emphasize good order and discipline over the social aspect of Cadet life.

Respect and consideration for others is paramount to. Charles Petigru, An Oration Prepared for Delivery on the Occasion of Laying the Corner Stone of a Monument Erected to the Memory of Kościuszko at West Point by the Corps of Cadets, July 4, (Newburgh: W.M. Gazlay, ), n.p. Ibid.

Cullum, Biographical Register, TPR 59_3 97 2/16/15 PM. ) (Extract from article with parenthetical explanations) General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Class ofreturned to his Alma Mater (West Point) on 15 May to speak to the Corps of Cadets.

It was a rare event, for not since Dwight D. Eisenhower returned from Europe in had America or West Point been able to welcome home a victorious war hero. WEST POINT, NY — After Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams, superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy, announced March 19 that the Corps of Cadets would not be returning from spring break as planned, academy leadership immediately began planning how and when cadets would arrive back at West Point.

The First Class Cadets told them that their behavior was incompatible with life at West Point and encouraged them to resign, which they soon did.

There was no written Honor Code inbut the Corps of Cadets, as it had since its inception inlived by the code of honor that existed within the Officer Corps of the Army.

[9]. On Apat Charleston, South Carolina, General P. Beauregard, Confederate States of America, West Point graduate and one-time superintendent of the Academy, ordered his gunners to open fire on Fort Sumter.

One of those to pull a lanyard was Wade Hampton Gibbes, who had graduated less than a year before. WASHINGTON, April US Defence Secretary Robert Gates revived an old military axiom on Tuesday as a cautionary guide for West Point cadets on the use of military force.

West Point Cadet Missing After Extensive Search Took. The u.s. military academy at west point's mission is "to educate, train, and inspire the corps of cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of duty, honor, country and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the nation as an officer in the united states army.".

JM Cadet Alumni Assoc./ Welcome. Below is a portion of G eneral Douglas MacArthur's farewell speech delivered on to the Cadets at West Point. These poignant words are befitting to every former John Marshall Cadet. "Duty, Honor, Country: A History of West Point" Paperback – Janu by Stephen E.

Ambrose (Author) is truly illuminating, on the inner workings of the US Military Academy at West Point NY. The author takes great pains to explain that cadets are constantly under the microscope the entire four years they are there- that is if they make s: This will be the fourth -- and final -- time that I address the cadets of the U.S.

Military Academy as Secretary of Defense. The last time I spoke to the entire corps of cadets init was an evening lecture on strategy and leadership that ran to nearly 50 minutes.