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Honor bright : history and origins of the West Point honor code and system

Author: Lewis Sorley
Publisher: Boston ; Burr Ridge, IL ; Dubuque, IA ; New York : McGraw Hill Learning Solutions, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Producing leaders of character for the Army has been West Point's mission since its foundation in 1802. Central to West Point's success in developing leaders of character is the cadet honor code and system. Developed and refined over two centuries, the honor code is a foundation for a lifelong commitment to doing what's right. 'Honor bright' chronicles that journey through time"--Publisher's website.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Sorley
ISBN: 0073537780 9780073537788
OCLC Number: 251504868
Description: xi, 181 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The profession of arms --
Early days --
Vigilance --
Evolution --
Cohesion and separation --
Turbulence --
Crisis and response --
Adaptation --
Modern times.
Responsibility: Lewis Sorley.
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"Producing leaders of character for the Army has been West Point's mission since its foundation in 1802. Central to West Point's success in developing leaders of character is the cadet honor code and system. Developed and refined over two centuries, the honor code is a foundation for a lifelong commitment to doing what's right. 'Honor bright' chronicles that journey through time"--Publisher's website.

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