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  • Incoming plebes from the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) class of 2020 take the oath of office during induction day in Tecumseh Court before officially become Midshipmen, June 30, 2016. The new class includes 853 men and 331 women. 28 percent of the incoming class is made up of women, making this the largest number of women to be inducted into the Naval Academy.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jonathan L. Correa (Released)  160630-N-SQ432-272
  • Incoming plebes from the U.S. Naval Academy's (USNA) class of 2020 grab laundry bags from the parking lot of the Midshipmen store during induction day (I-day) 2016. The new class includes 853 men and 331 women. 28 percent of the incoming class is made up of women, making this the largest number of women to be inducted into the Naval Academy.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Jonathan L. Correa (Released)  160630-N-SQ432-117
  • A plebe at the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) stands watch for the first time in Bancroft Hall during induction day (I-day) 2016. The new class includes 853 men and 331 women. 28 percent of the incoming class is made up of women, making this the largest number of women to be inducted into the Naval Academy.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Jonathan L. Correa (Released)  160630-N-SQ432-095
  • Plebes from the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) stand against a wall in Bancroft Hall reading their "Reef Points" book during induction day (I-day) 2016. The new class includes 853 men and 331 women. 28 percent of the incoming class is made up of women, making this the largest number of women to be inducted into the Naval Academy.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Jonathan L. Correa (Released)  160630-N-SQ432-081

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Old Glory Flies High Above Naval Station Rota

A rare sight was seen throughout Naval Station Rota the morning of July 1. The stars and stripes rustled in the wind as hundreds of service members stood at attention and rendered honors to the symbol of America.

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