Shows children of the U.S. Navy families taking part in a boxing tournament at Annapolis in Maryland, USA. Scenes showing boxing matches between several child contestants.
Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, Shah of Iran visits United States Naval Academy, at Annapolis,Maryland. Artillery guns are fired in salute when he arrives. Shah Pahlavi steps from his car and is greeted by the Superintendent of the Naval Academy, Admiral James L. Holloway, Jr. George E. Allen, a friend and assistant to Predident Truman, also arrives to greet the Shah. The Shah, accompanied by officers and officials proceeds to the parade ground, where Academy midshipmen are standing in formation. They parade and pass in review before the Shah. Color guards passing with flags. Shah Pahlavi and Admiral Holloway salute as midshipmen parade past.
First Lord of the British Admiralty Sir Eric Geddes visits the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland towards the end of World War I.. Sir Eric Geddes arrives at Union Station of Washington DC. British Admiral Alexander Duff, U.S. Secretary of Navy Josephus Daniels, U.S. Navy Admiral W.S. Benson and A. H. Robertson arrive at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. U.S. Navy Admiral Edward Walter Eberle stands in front of the pillars of the building. The group of British and U.S. Navy officers tour the Naval Academy.
Gymnasts practice in Annapolis, Maryland. Members of the United States Naval Academy gymnastics team practice for their meet with the Army. The gymnasts go through a routine of tumblings, cross bar tricks and rope climbing.
557 Midshipmen's graduation ceremony at the Naval Academy in Annapolis. Maryland. Admiral Leahy presents diplomas to the graduates during the ceremony. Students in line come to receive the diplomas. Louis H Roddis gets the 'Best Student' honor.
20000 football fans watch a thrilling game of football at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland,United States. The Navy Midshipman "Middies" win a thrilling 26-0 victory over William and Mary. Navy sunk the opposition by long passes and line plunges. Loud cheering from the crowd can be heard.