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- June 10, 1985
- Vol. 23
- No. 23
The Hats Are High, the Hi Jinks Wild as the U.s. Military Academies' Grads Win Freedom at Last
There was ample cause for celebration. The midshipmen and cadets had survived a grueling four-year apprenticeship. (The cost of putting one student through Annapolis is $126,000, West Point, $174,700 and at the Air Force Academy, $150,000.) The newly minted officers are ecstatically happy to be leaving. As Nancy Laurenzano, 21, said triumphantly after collecting her Naval Academy diploma: "We came, we saw, we kicked ass."
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