Recruits are seen exiting a building at the Great Lakes Training Center in World War 2. They are dressed in newly issued work uniforms and each carries his other issued gear in a large duffel bag. They load their duffel bags into an open stake truck, and gather together in front of the building. A Petty Officer Second Class steps from the building and begins placing them into formation and marching them loosely toward their barracks. A company of other recruits in white uniforms is practicing close-order drill nearby. At the barracks, the Petty Officer briefs them about Navy living, including smoking rules, sick call, how to salute, and other things.
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