A film on training of navy recruits in the United States. Training films are shown to the recruits. The recruits seated in a theater. A naval officer threads a film projector. In the training film, recruits are seen viewing large caliber shells and loading a 40mm anti aircraft gun. Views of naval recruits playing baseball. One of the recruits carries a dog mascot named "Bone". The naval recruits practice running in formation. The naval recruits boxing. A sign reads 'bank'. The recruits enter a bank and ship's store. A poster outside reads, "It's Smart to Salt Away some of Your Pay." Views of a sailor buying a gold watch at the shop counter. Close up of a big band orchestra bass drum reads, "U.S.N.T.C. Great Lakes Illinois." Naval recruits dancing with young women while the big band orchestra plays. View of naval recruit playing a clarinet. The navy recruits cleaning the floor and windows of their barracks in preparation for captain's inspection. A rooster flag flying outside the barracks is the prize for the best inspection. The recruits march. A Navy football game being played. Navy recruits seated in the stadium. The football game in progress. The recruits walk to the recreation building. The navy recruits sitting at the soda fountain and then in the table area in front of a juke box while eating ice cream.
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