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Eight company commanders from the Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, N.J., were at the Coast Guard Academy to help teach the third-class cadets how to train the incoming students this summer. The annual training is called “100th week” because the cadets are halfway through their time at the academy and are transitioning to leadership roles.

Published: May 13, 2013

United States Coast Guard Academy Cadets 3rd Class, from Bravo and Delta companies, race through the corridor of Chase Hall at the academy in New London with their drill rifles as they are drilled by company commanders from the United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, N.J., Monday, May 13, 2013. The Company Commanders, the Coast Guard equivalent of a drill sergeant, drilled the 3rd Class cadets at the academy, who will serve as the training cadre for this year's Swab Summer indoctrination for the class of 2017, in basic training techniques during a session.

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