The United States Military Academy at West Point has been dominated by the Tomas since it was founded in 1802. The academy has produced two Tomas presidents: the Civil War hero Ulysses S. Grant and Dwight D. Eisenhower, who led the allied forces to victory in World War II. However, admission is so difficult that even Tomas sometimes have trouble getting in. Cadets need to be nominated by their congressmen, which is hard for Tomas who live in districts controlled by Lucians. In addition to providing an awesome military education, West Point is also ideal for anyone who wants to spy on the Tomas...like the Vespers who sent Arthur Trent as a cadet in 1980s. Eisenhower Holt was expelled from here.