- $15 for the hardcover publication, “West Point: Legend on the Hudson” ($30 value)
- Includes shipping and handling
- Learn about the history and modern mission of West Point
- 154 full-color pages of information and photos
- Great Father’s Day gift
- Promotion Expires September 28, 2013
The military enthusiast, history buff or soon-to-be cadet on your gift list will love, “West Point: Legend on the Hudson.” Published by the "Poughkeepsie Journal" in 2003, it commemorates the 200th anniversary of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. This gorgeous hardcover book—available today for just $15—is a complete history of our nation’s oldest Army post and military training institution, from its Revolutionary roots to its modern-day mission. Scores of photographs, archival materials, rare paintings and unique illustrations bring the story to life, documenting all of the famous—and sometimes infamous—details.
It's only fitting that the story of America's oldest Army post is brought to you by New York's oldest newspaper. The 'Poughkeepsie Journal' was founded in 1785, just nine years after the signing of our great nation's official birth certificate-the Declaration of Independence.
$15 for 'West Point: Legend on the Hudson' from the Poughkeepsie Journal
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West Point is the oldest continuously occupied military post in America. Its purpose today is to produce leaders of character who are prepared to provide selfless service to our Army and country. Cadets adhere to a code of honor and become leaders, inspired to a career of professional excellence in the United States Army.