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(Photo by William Hauser/Special to USMA)
The U.S. Military Academy Corps of Cadets take part in the traditional March On prior to the start of 113th annual Army-Navy game, Dec.8. at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA.
The Corps of Cadets watch as the "Sink Navy" boat burns during the annual bonfire. Immediately following, the football team was cheered as they departed West Point to take on rival Navy on Saturday for the 113th Army-Navy game in Philadelphia.
Army cadets and Navy midshipmen participate in the Rocky relay at the Philadelphia Museum of Art during the first of five events as part of the Patriot games scheduled for Dec. 7-8.
Junior Jasmine Morgan runs with the ball along the sideline in Michie Stadium during the second half of the Engineers’ 11-8 victory over the Goats in overtime, Dec. 5. The tradition of playing the Goat-Engineer game dates back to 1905 and is one of several spirit events during Army-Navy week.
Members from the men's hockey team wear Kennedy as their name to honor fallen former officer representative and mentor during "TK" night. Three different players scored goals as Army beat American International, 3-2, Saturday night in an Atlantic Hockey Association game at an emotional Tate Rink.
Welcome to the United States Military Academy
The United States Military Academy'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.

The Academy provides a superb four-year education, which focuses on the leader development of cadets in the academic, military, and physical domains, all underwritten by adherence to a code of honor.
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 Cadets set to run Army-Navy ball 
Marathon Team runs game ball
​​Since 1994 the West Point Marathon team has contributed to the history of the Army-Navy Game by participating in an overnight delivery of the offical game ball to the stadium. The team is set to leave West Point Dec. 6 during the Spirit Rally and Bonfire. Read more...
 Q&A with Army linebackerQ&A with Nate CombsArmy senior linebacker Nate Combs reflects on his final season with the Black Knights, his coach and teammates and what it means to be competing for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy at the Army-Navy Game this weekend. Read more...

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Superintendent's Notes

"The US Military Academy is committed to sustaining excellence through our Army values, in our three pillars—military development, academics, and athletics—and in our people. We are also committed to adaptation and change so that we remain relevant and mission focused. Adaptation and change are benchmarks of any first tier institution. The Greek philosopher Heraclitus noted this in 500 BC when he stated that 'Nothing endures but change.' At USMA, change is a constant, with major efforts today in improving our infrastructure, and in advancing the developmental responsibilities of our cadets to prepare them to be leaders of character. Teaching our cadets to understand and manage change is an important goal here, essential to their future success in the volatile uncertain, complex and ambiguous contemporary operating environment."

Read more from West Point's Superintendent, Lt. Gen. David H Huntoon, Jr.