The Army warned an anti-war group of former U.S. Military Academy cadets to stop using the words "West Point" in its name, saying they are trademarked.
A co-founder of West Point Graduates Against the War countered Friday that his organization is simply following the cadets' code.
"At West Point, we were taught that cadets do not lie, cheat or steal â€” and to oppose those who do," said William Cross, a 1962 West Point graduate. "We are a positive organization. We are not anti-West Point or anti-military. We are just trying to uphold what we were taught."
at May 06, 2006
Wife took me to this temple to walk around the grounds, very pretty place.
So I just signed up for the "Myapocabox". It's a every other month delivery of survival/bush craft supplies. It also has ...
by SusanG Sat Mar 04, 2006 at 12:21:56 PM PDT People appreciate somebody who sets a tone, a tone that values life. -- George W. Bush , Jun...
So I missed one box, I will go back and share it in the near future. But Lets dig into February. So far this has been my favorite box. So in...