Which military academy has the best military academy rankings?
Military academies, like schools, often receive multiple ratings for their academic performance and overall quality of instruction.
But this year, a new study shows that the military academy at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, earned the highest rating in the nation.
In a survey of more than 5,000 students and teachers, the military academies at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and Fort Bratton, New Jersey, were ranked as the best in the country.
The survey, commissioned by the Military Academy of the Pacific, surveyed students and faculty at more than 60 military acadias across the United States and surveyed more than 600 students and more than 1,000 teachers.
“The students and instructors at Fort MacArthur, California, who received the highest marks, are among the most highly-qualified students in the United State,” said Brigadier General Charles H. Fitch, deputy commander of the U.S. military academy system at Fort Lee, Virginia.
“Their ability to excel at military life is second to none, and their dedication to learning is legendary.
The Fort Brats are among America’s brightest and most promising young adults.”
The Fort MacArthur students and professors earned an average of more a 2.6 grade point average (a 1 is perfect and 0 is average) on the ACT, or the General Educational Development test, while the Fort Bratt teachers received a 2 and a 1.
The study found that the Fort MacArthur and Fort Bostons military academy students and educators earned higher scores on the Generalized Assessment of Educational Progress, or GEP, the same standardized test that most students take to measure academic achievement.
The GEP is administered by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to help recruiters and employers assess applicants’ academic readiness for military service.
The Army Academy at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, was also the top military academy in the survey, with a score of 5.9 on the GEP.
The other two military acadities at Fort Jackson, Mississippi, and Quantico, Virginia, earned a 2- and 1.9, respectively.
The top three military acadoms at Fort Benning, Georgia, and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, each had a 2, and a 2 on the report card.
“We are thrilled to see the results of this survey of our students and military instructors,” said Maj. Gen. Daniel C. Jones, commander of operations and training at the Fort Bennington Army Depot.
“Our graduates are among our best and brightest.
Our commitment to excellence in military education is unwavering.”
Students and teachers at Fort Polk, Georgia earned an overall grade of 3.8 on the test, according to the survey.
“These findings are another reason why we will continue to make investments in our military education to ensure that our students are ready to join our Nation’s Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps,” said General William “Hawk” Carter, deputy assistant secretary of defense for education.
The military acadia at Fort Knox, Kentucky earned an 8.5 on the standardized test, the highest in the study.
“Fort Knox is an amazing place to be,” said Fort Knox University President George E. Williams.
“Students and teachers here are extremely motivated and passionate about military life, and they deserve the best educational facilities, the best teachers, and the best leadership that we can provide.
This is a big step forward for the military.”
The survey also showed that Fort Polk students and school teachers earned the best grades on the SAT and ACT tests, and students and staff at Fort Belvoir, Virginia earned the second highest average GPA in the military.
The best military acadas at Fort Lewis, Washington earned a 6.4 on the national test, and that school also earned the top score on the National Assessment of Adult Competencies.
“This year, our military instructors and students earned a grade of 4.9 in the Army School, and we are incredibly proud of them,” said Gen. John R. Campbell, vice chief of staff of the United Services Command, the U,S.
“They are the very best at what they do and I can’t wait to see what they’ll accomplish in the future.”
The Army’s overall top ranking on the U-S.
News & World Report is as follows: Fort Benner, Oklahoma Fort Bracco, Kentucky Fort Campbell Army Depot, Kentucky (3.7) Fort Bridget, Kentucky Ft.
Bratton Army Academy, Kentucky(3.4) Fort Knox Army Depot (2.9) Joint Base Lompoc, California Fort Lewis-McCormick, Washington (2) Fort Jackson Army Depot Fort Polk Army Depot Ft.
Polk Army Camp, Louisiana (2-2.1) Fort Lewis Army Depot Joint Base Lee-McGuire-Flagler, Georgia (2)-(1.9)-(2.0)-(3-0.7)-(4.1)-(5.3)-(6