Mission. Provide principled counsel to the United States Military Academy's Command, Staff, and Faculty and to provide premier legal services to USMA Cadets, Soldiers, Family Members, and Retirees.
Mission: The mission of the USMA Inspector General is to inquire into and periodically report on matters affecting mission performance and the state of discipline, efficiency, morale, economy, readiness, and esprit-de-corps of the West Point community (includes USMA, US Army Garrison - West Point, US Army Garrison - Fort Hamilton, and tenant units) and to perform other duties as may be required by law and regulation or as directed by the Superintendent.
Our office is located in Bldg 654 (2nd Floor) , Eichelberger Road, West Point, NY
Office of the Inspector General
U.S. Military Academy
Official Mail and Distribution
646 Swift Road
West Point, NY 10996-1905
Mission. The USMA G3/5/7 synchronizes operations, training and resources across USMA and West Point in support of the Superintendent’s and Senior Commander’s mission priorities. The USMA G3/5/7 is responsible for the execution of the Superintendent’s Security Cooperation, Foreign Travel, Intelligence, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection programs.
Mission. To establish Logistics policy, provide oversight and serve as the principal staff office for sustainment plans and operational requirements for money, manpower, and equipment in the fields of Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, Cadet Services, and manage the West Point Cemetery and Cadet Barbershop.
Mission: To lead institutional strategic planning and integration, to ensure appropriate resourcing, implementation, assessment, and institutional effectiveness and continuous improvement across the Academy.
Mission. With USMA Directorates and supporting Installation Activities, develop, integrate, synchronize, and prioritize strategic resourcing requirements across USMA domains (Academic, Physical, Military, and Enablers) to ensure USMA is postured and resourced to execute its mission and to maintain its position as the preeminent producer of Leaders of Character for the Army and Nation.
Mission. To direct, oversee and coordinate all activities required to obtain and manage the resources required for USMA to educate, train, and commission leaders of character in the United States Army, and for West Point to become the preeminent leader development institution in the world.
To inform, educate, oversee, coordinate and synchronize all communications, reputation management, branding, and community outreach required for USMA to educate, train, and inspire commissioned leaders of character in the United States Army, while preserving transparency and awareness with the American public.
Mission. To support Superintendent hosting duties and responsibilities through appropriate application of protocol and etiquette standards combined with appropriate and proper funding to showcase USMA as the preeminent leader development institution in the world.
Mission. To assign responsibility for and monitor the preparation and staffing of correspondence and other official publications, documents, and staff actions for the Chief of Staff and the Superintendent.
Mission. Responsible for administering and evaluating the Safety and Occupational Health Management System (Program) which includes formulation of the USMA guidance, directives and policies; integrating deliberate risk management, implementing safety programs; providing oversight and evaluation of Safety and Occupational Health activities involving all assigned and attached personnel, dependents, facilities, military and industrial equipment; and vehicles under USMA management.
Mission. To preserve, critically interpret, disseminate, and teach military history; provide historical advice; and stimulate historical mindedness with the Army throughout the nation. This process includes the history of the United States Military Academy and the many topics and associations relating to the Academy’s mission and function.