Saints at West Point

Saint Andrew’s (SA) alumni at the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point gathered for their annual cadet photograph in front of General Douglas MacArthur’s statue.  This is the third year in a row where St. Andrew’s has a cadet in each of the four West Point classes.  This year Lieutenant Colonel Adisa King, who is now serving at West Point as the 1st Regimental Tactical officer after recently relinquishing command of the 1st Squadron 32nd Cavalry Regiment in Baghdad, Iraq, joined the cadets for the photo.  LTC King is a 1994 St. Andrew’s grad, West Point class of 2000 graduate, and a 2016-2017 St. Andrew’s Athletic Hall of Fame inductee. Shown (from left) are Luis Flores (SA ‘19, USMA ‘23), Thatcher Shepard (SA’16, USMA ‘20), LTC King (SA ‘94, USMA ‘00), Pearce Robertson (SA ‘17, USMA ‘21), Lauren Ousby (SA ‘17, USMA ‘22).

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