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Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf describes his experience at West Point:

When I began as a plebe, “Duty, Honor, Country” was just a motto I’d heard. By the time I left, those values had become my fixed stars. It was a tremendous liberation.

The Army, with its emphasis on rank and medals and efficiency reports, is the easiest insitution in the world in which to get consumed with ambition. Some officers spend all their time currying favor and worrying about the next promotion—a miserable way to live. But West Point saved me from that by instilling the ideal of service above self—to do my duty for my country even if it brought no gain at all. It gave me far more than a military career—it gave me a calling.

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