U.S. Navy sailors arrive at a naval training academy and undergo medical examination in the United States.
United States USA Date:1956 Duration:7 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Navy men' about the training of U.S. Navy recruits at various naval training centers in the United States. The training of United States Navy recruits at U.S. Navy training center in Bainbridge, Naval Station Great Lakes in Illinois and Naval Base San Diego in California. Dramatization shows a sailor carrying a rifle and reporting to an officer. A Navy officer climbs up the stairs and walks through a corridor at the U.S. Navy Training Center in Bainbridge, Maryland. The officer orders the sailors to keep their rooms clean and keep their clothes and other belongings in a proper manner. A group of sailors as the officer comes down the stairs. A sailor's parents ask the officer about their son. The officer speaks about the training of U.S. Navy recruits with a sign in the background that reads 'US Navy Training Center'. The sailors carrying rifles perform a drill. Buses arrive at the naval training center and recruits get off the bus. A sign on a building reads 'Welcome into Navy'. The recruits enter the building and line up. An officer instructs the recruits. The officer takes away a magazine from a recruit. The recruits undergo medical examination. A dentist examines the teeth of a recruit. A sign reads 'Clothing issue'. The recruits being issued the Navy uniform. The sailors in their uniforms lined up and an officer briefs the sailors. The officer introduces the sailors to their Company officer. Sailors holding their caps lined up. An officer inspects the sailors. The officer scolds a few sailors for their dirty uniforms. The sailors eat in a mess, study together, march, row a boat. The sailors undergo an obstacle course.
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