In 1802, an act of Congress established the United States Military Academy at West Point, and in the two centuries since it opened, it has earned a reputation for academic excellence and for training some of the nation's greatest military minds. West Point: The First 200 Years is a documentary produced for PBS which offers a detailed look at the history and tradition behind America's most distinguished military academy, and the changes and challenges that point the way to West Point's future. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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A good historical overview of the USMA, its role in the history of the US and its on-going mission to train military leaders. Would have appreciated a deeper dive into the daily life of the Cadets as well as the impact the Academy has had on their lives both in the military and in civilian life. Overall, I enjoyed this documentary and would recommend it to anyone interested in military or US history.
Love West Point. If we adapt the educational strategy of West Point to all school, all citizens of this country will have crime free, prosperous lives. Because most citizens will be law abiding, loyal, dutiful, productive.