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History Challenge 10/11/10 Honor Code

This “History Challenge” is now closed. Tiffany from Woodland, WA was the winner. Check comments below for the resource information.

This week’s prize is the book “Conduct Unbecoming: How Barack Obama is Destroying The Military and Endangering Our Security” by Lt. Col (Ret) Buzz Patterson

On October 10th, 1845 this Military School (Academy) was founded and started with 50 students. It now has over four thousand students and has the following honor code (treatise) that each student strives for. Name this Military Academy.

Honor Treatise: “As a Brigade we cherish the diverse backgrounds and talents of every [student] yet recognize the common thread that unites us: the trust and confidence of the American people. They have appointed us to defend our country by developing our minds, our bodies, and most especially, our moral character. It is our responsibility to develop a selfless sense of duty that demands excellence both of ourselves and of those with whom we serve. We must honor our loyalties without compromising our ultimate obligation to the truth. Our leadership must set a standard that reflects loyalty to our goals and the courage to stand accountable for all our actions, both those that lead to success and to those that end in failure. We will never settle for achieving merely what is expected of us but will strive for a standard of excellence that reflects the dedication and courage of those who have gone before us. When we attain our goal, we will raise our expectations; when we fall short, we will rise up and try again. In essence, we espouse leadership by example, a leadership that will inspire others to follow wherever we may lead.

Countless challenges and trials lie before us. We believe that those with the strongest moral foundation will be the leaders who best reflect the legacy of the _____ Academy. This is our call as [students]: it is a mission we proudly accept.”

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