A documentary film depicts life of cadets at West Point Military Academy in the United States. The man arrives at the academy. He stands at attention in front of an officer. Cadets get hair cut. An officer instructs the cadets. They receive basic military training. They march and drill. The statue of Brigadier General Sylvanus Thayer who was an early superintendent of the West Point Military Academy. The cadets watch the statue. The man reads a letter and watches photographs. The cadets are called plebes in the first year. The plebes stand in formation. They march holding rifles. They attend classes as the academic year starts. An officer instructs the plebes. Every plebe is given individual attention during the training period.
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