United States Air Force officer speaks about training of cadets and the entrance exam in United States.
United States USA Date:1970, September 26 Duration:8 min 32 sec Sound:Yes
United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel (Senior Pilot) speaks about the basic training of cadets in United States. He talks about the entrance exam which the cadets have to pass for their training. He also talks about the questionnaire which cadets have to answer. Cadets stand on the ground of Air Force Academy. They undergo their basic training. Officers train them. They stand in a high temperature outside the Academy and do the push-ups. Cadets get hair cuts and measurement for their uniforms taken. They march. They undergo physical training. They lift heavy wooden logs and exercise with them. They march with guns. Tents on ground. Cadets sit on the ground, shave and cut their nails. They walk atop a hill. They practice on the hill and climb big wooden frames and nets. The officer states that discipline is the priority for every cadet. If he wants to be a part of the USAF, he has to follow the rules and discipline. A plane takes off from a runway.
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