Welcome New West Point Commandant

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  1. tug_boat

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    Wow! She seems young.

    Do new commendants typically make changes to how things are done? How often do they change commendants? Could things get harder for the next class and forward?
     
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    She graduated in 1990... she definitely looks young, but has the experience and years to fill the billet.

    I am sure West Point is like any other SA... Leadership will slight changes. This is true for any unit in the active duty forces also. The military loves to gripe about changes... its sort of what we do. Every staff makes small changes. Some of these will seem huge to Cadets, but for the most part they are small. There could be significant changes, that is within their right if it that is what the chain of command supports. How hard or easy things are really can vary within each Company and even squad. Alot of things depend more on that than anything else.
     

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