Boeing and the United States Military Academy at West Point created a series of video tributes profiling seven exceptional West Point alumni. The videos ran during Army football home games in front of sellout crowds at Michie Stadium.
“It really showcases the breadth of what the Long Gray Line [West Point graduates] have accomplished in life,” said West Point Alumni Association President & CEO Col. (Ret.) Bob McClure.
The profiled alumni are:
Pete Dawkins – Class of 1959
Heisman Trophy Winner, Rhodes Scholar.
Mike Krzyzewski – Class of 1969
Duke Basketball Coach, Five NCAA National Championships
Lauren Glaze – Class of 2003
Soccer & Track Award Winner, Engineer at Exxon
Anthony Noto – Class of 1991
Rick Dalzell - Class of 1979
Former Amazon Head of Technology
Anne Macdonald – Class of 1980
Brig. Gen. (Ret.), Helicopter Pilot
Gen. Vincent Brooks – Class of 1980
Commander, Army Pacific
Watch the video for the sights and sounds of Army football, and hear from these extraordinary graduates.
West Point dates back to the earliest days of the United States. George Washington considered West Point one of the most strategic locations in the country during the Revolutionary War. Thomas Jefferson signed legislation establishing the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1802.