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Coast Guard Academy review

Published October 13. 2012 4:00AM
Sean D. Elliot/The Day
Bravo Company 1st class cadets raise their swords in salute before the corps of cadets begins to march Friday at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in the sixth and final regimental review of the fall in New London. Regimental reviews, according to an academy press release, are part of the military tradition of the academy and serve to develop poise, confidence, speaking skill, leadership and teamwork.

Bravo Company 1st class cadets raise their swords in salute before the corps of cadets begins to march Friday at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in the sixth and final regimental review of the fall in New London. Regimental reviews, according to an academy press release, are part of the military tradition of the academy and serve to develop poise, confidence, speaking skill, leadership and teamwork.

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