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The U.S. Naval Academy is aiming to be among the first colleges to have a cybersecurity major accredited by a top professional body, a school official said Monday, and the superintendent has been meeting with Navy officials to discuss how to fund a $100 million cybersecurity facility on campus.
It was during the spring of 1942 that the tide of the Pacific War began to shift — not in a battle at sea, it turned out, but in the depths of "the dungeon."
Navy is headed to the Big East, giving up more than 130 years of football independence to join a conference that is in the middle of a massive overhaul.
The U.S. Naval Academy said Thursday that three more midshipmen have been expelled for using or possessing synthetic marijuana, bringing the total number of dismissals to 11 so far this year.
Navy officers must learn from their mistakes, question their seniors and hold themselves accountable to lead properly, Adm. Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told newly commissioned officers at the U.S. Naval Academy yesterday.
ANNAPOLIS — Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy are going to be spending a lot more time in mandatory study periods during the academic year and working with leathernecks in the summer.
ANNAPOLIS — This week, the Class of 2011 will be sworn in at the U.S. Naval Academy — a new batch of midshipmen and a fresh chance for the institution after a tough several months.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Construction cranes on a campus as steeped in tradition and history as the U.S. Naval Academy signal not so much change as rejuvenation.