When one cadet is fed up with Army discipline and seeks to resign, he gets into a fight with a more dedicated upper class man. He in turn surprises everyone by also tendering a resignation, but he refuses to disclose why.
A cadet is being considered for a cadet command next year. When his parents come in a surprise visit to West Point, he is embarrassed by their "commonplace" demeanor. His tactical officer is worried about the way he treats his parents and how that reflects on his leadership. On the DVD set, this episode is entitled: Duty, Honor, and Trouble.
Cadet Kennedy was a Golden Gloves champion before West Point but he refuses to join the Academy boxing team. His older brother, a champion boxer in his own right, wants him to leave the Academy and return to boxing.
A cadet who shows great talent is put in a position of choosing if he'll stay in the academy or pursue an art career. He stays too long at his socialite girl friend's house and must race back to West Point to make curfew.
After several highly disruptive stunts, a cadet must prove himself academically or be dismissed. He works out a scientific demonstration showing the strength of the academy's aged water system-with destructive results.
An uncontrolled temper outburst causes a cadet is confined to quarters for the weekend his girlfriend comes to the Point unannounced. Enlisting his roommate to show her around exposes his jealousy and damages the cadets' friendship.