How to find other USMA grads by specific Army unit, duty station, job title?

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  1. Aaron

    Aaron New Member

    Jul 14, 2013
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    Hi, everyone. If I am coming up for re-assignment in the next 12 months, where can I go to see where every other USMA grad who is STILL IN THE ARMY is specific unit, duty station, position, etc? I am trying to get assigned to a specific duty station, and it's important for me to network using my relationships.

    I know some of you may be thinking "LinkedIn"...but the results there are not specific enough. I'm taking about querying a system to see specific units (for example, that a USMA grad is:

    Company Commander
    C Co, 1-14 IN, 2nd BCT, 25th ID
    Schofield Barracks, HI

    ...also, most of the info in iSABRD is outdated. Can anyone refer me to a place where I can do this? Thanks!
  2. MemberLG

    MemberLG 5-Year Member

    Jan 4, 2011
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    Div G1, Bde S1, and/or Bn S1 have visibility of source of commissioning, but doubt they will share the information with you so you can network.

    Other options are local WP society (although most active duty grads are not active in WP society) or local Founder's Day Dinner.
  3. DHinNH

    DHinNH USMA 1989 5-Year Member

    Mar 23, 2011
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    AOG might be of assistance, but you're asking for stuff that likely will not be shared by anyone who has access to that level of detail. Besides, networking doesn't require that level of detail.

    If you want to network, then I second the recommendation of the local WPS.
  4. scoutpilot

    scoutpilot 5-Year Member

    Apr 29, 2010
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    You can try Rallypoint, but realistically there is no way to know that information beyond what people post. There is no publicly available database. Your S1 may be able to search on eMILPO, but that's not something most will do.

    What grad year are you? Where are you coming from and where are you trying to go? Some of us may be able to help.

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