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In spite of his success, however, Pershing was not yet ready to take up the strenuous course in the Military Academy.

The Story of General PershingEverett T. (Everett Titsworth) Tomlinson

Across the narrow street was the orderly front of the Korpus, or military academy, with straight rows of unshuttered windows.

After passing through the elementary schools, young Putnik entered the military academy at Belgrade.

At the United States military academy he graduated second in his class in July 1838, and was appointed lieutenant of engineers.

Wagner was a recent graduate of the Military Academy, a genial, modest, intelligent young man of great promise.

This academy commits the government to a great navy, as the Military Academy commits it to a great army.

The school, named the "Scientific and Military Academy," was for both sexes, with military training for boys.

It was shortly after this that Jack received his appointment to the Military Academy.

Up the Forked RiverEdward Sylvester Ellis

The clause recommending fortifications was left out; but that for a military academy was inserted.

General Sill was a classmate of mine at the Military Academy, having graduated in 1853.

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