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Re: “Cracks in the code

Quiet honestly most cadets do not take the test seriously, these are purely done for public pleasure. They stick us in a room for 30 minutes and give us the option to take the test or not to take the test. Given that I complete approx. 20 credit hours a semester I have better things to do than to be judged by the public. We are the only Academy of the three that has an honor code. Navy and Army have honor concepts. All of you are reading an article, none of you have seen the data and analyzed it. Who are you to judge the Cadets? Most of us worked our entire lives to enter such a prestigious institution. We consistently have Rhodes Scholars and Fullbright Scholars in our midst and have provided the most generals of any commisionning source for the Air Force. It is easy for an old grad to sit there and look at numbers without speaking to the cadets and understand what is going on. That is not who we are, we are not represented by studies we are reperesented by what we do, like the thousands of jobs that the Academy provides for the local area or the thousands of community service hours. Shame on you for judging 4400 people you do not know. I will be graduating on May 23rd with extreme pride for my alma mater which is consistently one of the best rated schools in the country. I took community college courses in high school but I had higher expecations for myself. I could have went to Harvard or Yale but I chose to serve my country.

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Posted by who are you to judge? on 04/12/2012 at 11:31 PM

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