West Point 3000 A.D. and The Invading Asteroidby Manly Wade Wellman
WEST POINT, 3000 A.D.--It was a sorry day indeed for Earth when she admitted Martian cadets to West Point for training. Garr Devlin was a denizen of the Underways, and to the Martian cadets, his entrance into West Point was the signal for war on Earth. Soon, he finds himself trapped in the Underways as Martian revolt flames, and he discovers the real meaning of West Point honor and of a thousand years of tradition.
THE INVADING ASTEROID--They were in Terrestrial uniform, but did not look like the sternest of warriors. A year ago they had been students together at the International University in St. Louis, looking forward to graduation in 2675. But 2675 was here, and already they had participated in the bitter conflicts that marked the beginnings of the was between Earth and Mars.
Originally published in Amazing Stories in 1940 and Science Fiction Series #15 in 1932.
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