“Authentic, compelling…Anyone interested in what really goes on inside the high-pressure, high-testosterone leadership lab that produces some of the nation`s finest Army officers will enjoy this book.” – Library Journal
Gail O`Sullivan Dwyer graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1981–only the second Academy class to have women among its members. Funny, poignant and insightful, this insider`s view of what it was like to be a cadet–and a female one to boot–at the nation`s most storied academic institution will inform, delight…and even make you laugh out loud.
The author retired as a lieutenant colonel from the U.S. Army Reserves and has spent the past sixteen years serving with West Point admissions as a liaison officer.
“Highly recommended for all young Americans interested in becoming West Point Army officers.”
– COL Michael Jones, U.S. Army (Ret), West Point Class of 1970, Former Director of Admissions, USMA