PHOTO: Haitian Cadet Pascal A. Brun, West Point Graduate

PHOTO: Haitian Cadet Pascal A. Brun, West Point Graduate

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Haitians who Graduated from West Point, Haitians in the US Military, Pascal A. Brun

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Look at this photo... Haitian cadet, Pascal A. Brun, graduated from West Point. He made West Point history as the first international cadet to graduate Brigade S-1 (Personnel) Adjutant General. It has been over 20 years since a Haitian has graduated from West Point.


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