More than 1,200 young men and women reported for "I-Day," where they received haircuts, medical examinations, new uniforms and instructions on how to salute before taking an oath of office to become members of academy's newest class.
. U.S. Navy ensign Bo Merritt, of Galesburg, Ill., looks for a prospective plebe's name tag.
. Prospective plebes have their heads shaved.
. Prospective plebes carry their belongings before boarding a bus bound for their dormitory.
. Prospective plebe Emani Alston of Beaufort, S.C., left, is measured for a uniform by Arlene Herndon.
. Prospective plebes learn how to properly wear their covers.
. Prospective plebes Harold Choo, left, of Paramus, N.J., and Stephen Steckler of Rochester, N.Y., try on new shoes that they were issued.
. Prospective plebe Sahara Graft, left, of Key West, Fla., hugs her father Wade before checking in for Induction Day.