A friend of the family began his experience at westpoint many years ago, being admitted to westpoint on a football scholarship. in their boot camp or whatever, they had him taking some weird pills or whatever, and he lost like 30 pounds (he wasnt fat, probably average healthy weight). he was then kicked off the football team. he told his family about regular hazing of freshmen. he said that he was excused from the hazing because he was on the football team, but once he lost his scholarship to the team, he was in the same pool as any other freshman. he said hazing was a huge issue at westpoint, and the administration doesnt seem to give two ****s about it. he said once they made a freshman girl eat a whole salt-shaker's-fullness of salt, and she ended up in the hospital. This school seems to be very strict, and treat the students like little trouble makers, lower classmen cant have cars, and your stuck in the military until your like 30. it just doesnt seem worth it to me... can anybody counter what i said? id like to be enlightened
he is now flying black hawk helicopters in south korea.