Until twenty years before the time at which my story is set, the world was pretty much as our modern-age world is now. Magic was thought to be nothing more than myth and superstition. Alien worlds and travel to other stars and worlds were the stuff of science fiction. Then everything changed overnight when a mountain magically rose from the sea in Port Philip Bay off Melbourne, and the world discovered that magic was very real, and there are many other realms on Earth than the rational realm (i.e. the world we know as modern earth), many other worlds beyond our own... and you don't need to fly through space to get to them.
For twenty years, magic that had previously been though impossible in the rational realm has been becoming stronger, and people in the rational realm have begun to be born with the 'gift' required to perform magic. Without training, these people might grow up to seem just a bit odd, might be able to 'do a trick or two'. However, with training and dedication from an early age (around 5-6yo), these people are capable of acts of magic that were previously thought to be the domain of hollywood fantasies, able to scry at a distance, affect the material world by will alone, heal, read and control the minds of people and animals, create temporary or permanent matter, and fight and defend themselves and others using magically created matter and energies. They can create magical items that anyone can use, though at a considerable expense in time and resources. A newly trained magus might be the match of a platoon of soldiers if they had taken an interest in combat. An arch-magus specialising in combat could be a nuclear-level threat.
Those with the gift to become magi are a mere handful (around 1-10) in a million, and only those trained from an early age are usually successful at it, though some gifted mature students of magic occasionally gain a moderate competence. Magic has been taught exclusively in the magical realms for the last 20 years since the rational realm became aware of it, because that's where everyone who can teach it is located. A few potential rational realm students have been taken to the magical realms for training, and since the course of study for an apprentice or student magus is on the order of 12-15 years, there would be very few magi in the rational realms, they would be quite junior, and since not all magi are interested in combat magic, even fewer would be inclined to consult with rational realm militaries.
Given that background, would it be reasonable to suppose that rational realm militaries would be sufficiently interested in magic to have made the capabilities of magic a subject of study in their military academies, and would it be reasonable to suppose that if a newly-graduated magus applied to enter such an academy, that they might be accepted if they met the other entry requirements?
In order to provide a more specific scenario, for purposes of this question, let us consider only the USA and ask if a US military academy such as West Point would be likely to teach its students about magic even if they weren't capable of performing magic themselves, and if it might accept a newly graduated magus as a student if they were otherwise eligible to attend?
EDIT: I am considering a scenario where the US knows about magic (and has known for 20 years), and has perhaps a half-dozen recently graduated magi in government service. A recently graduated magus applies to West Point, where there are no magi attending, nor have any ever attended as students before. I consider it likely that the US would want to teach future officers about magic, to recruit magi and to have magi at West Point to give the other students first-hand experience with magi and to learn how to integrate magi with the military.
Basically, is this a reasonable assumption?