West Point Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best West Point Quotes from famous persons: Gordon Sinclair, Martin Dempsey, James Salter, George Stoneman, Florence King. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the West Point Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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The United States dollar took another pounding on German, French and British exchanges this morning, hitting the lowest point ever known in West Germany.
Gordon Sinclair
My mother cried when I told her I really didn’t want to go to West Point. So I went.
Martin Dempsey
I graduated from West Point in 1974. It was an all-male institution. I went back to teach at West Point in 1984 and found the place far better than it was when I had been a cadet… I attributed a good amount of that to the fact that we opened up the academy to women.
Martin Dempsey
I knew what my father, more than anything else, wanted me to do. Seventeen, vain, and spoiled by poems, I prepared to enter a remote West Point. I would succeed there, it was hoped, as he had.
I have therefore concluded to apply for the privilege of becoming a Cadet at West Point.
George Stoneman
If the West Point class of 1915 is called ‘the class the stars fell on’ for the number of World War II generals it produced, my junior-high class of 1950 is the class a ton of bricks fell on from Hollywood‘s gut-wrenching portrayals of mother-love in ’40s-era movies.
Of all the memories I have of my father and of our relationship, none is warmer and more poignant than what happened a year before he died, when he came to visit me while I was teaching at West Point Grey Academy in Vancouver.
I am a West Point graduate and an Army veteran.
At the age of 18, I went to West Point, and I swore an oath to defend this Constitution, and I embraced a motto called duty and honor and country. And I’ve lived my life in accordance with those values ever since then.
Remember, I’m West Point, where I was born. My father went there.
I’ve led a life of such structured discipline and always had a goal in mind of knowing what I was doing, from West Point to the Air Force combat, MIT, looking for new things to study and get involved in. And then I got into the space program, and how disciplined can you get?
My experience at West Point and my service as an army officer have molded the way I look at the world.
When I went to West Point, I was there with cadets from 50 other states and territories. Cadets from other countries, and you learn all of these things about our country, about our culture, our heritage, our ethnicity. At the end of the day, you come back, we all wear green, and we all consider ourselves an Army.
My father was career military. He was a veteran, he was a doctor of political science, he taught at West Point and Air Command Staff and lectured at the War College.
You know how you smoke out a sniper? You send a guy out in the open, and you see if he gets shot. They thought that one up at West Point.
Samuel Fuller
When I was a senior in college, I attended an inspiring conference at West Point called the Student Conference on U.S. Affairs, which paired political science majors with cadets in the hopes of building future civilian-military relationships.
There was never a day at West Point where I didn’t ask myself, ‘Where would I put the camera?’