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Representatives of the 42nd Infantry Division’s brigades stand in formation on Saturday, April 13, as they prepare for divsion change of command ceremonies here at historic Trophy Point.

42nd Division at Historic Trophy Point

WEST POINT-- Representatives of the 42nd Infantry Division’s brigades stand in formation on Saturday, April 13, as they prepare for division change of command ceremonies here at historic Trophy Point. Major General Steven Wickstrom transferred command of the division-- which has elements in New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts-- to Brig. General Harry Miller during the ceremony. Trophy Point gets its name from the historic cannon captured in the Mexican and other wars and displayed there.

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