Hello everyone, currently I'm in the process of applying to the class of 2022. I want to follow in my father's footsteps and become a career officer. I've noticed at many civilian schools that having a parent graduate from that college gives the applicant a bump in the admissions process. My father graduated from West Point in the class of 91 and served for 23 years. Will the admissions team take this into consideration? I'm sure many other candidates have also been inquiring about this.