I thought it was funny. I work as a Lifeguard at my local U.S. Coast Guard Base and experience many cadets utilizing the pool, especially since the heat index here has been around 105 lately. Every Monday, the new group of Cadets that just flew in have a swim test with them wearing a flight suit and steel-toed boots. The Cadets usually say things such as "these things are really heavier than they feel on and" and "water really does wiegh stuff down". At one point the AST supervising the cadets looked at me and said" well... they all said they were strong swimmers" and just laughed. Another incident involved two Cadets kissing in a pool( Our pool has a no PDA rule, especially since there are young children always at the pool) when a lady told then to "get a room" the male Cadet's roommate loudly disapproved of the lady's suggestion. The last and most frustrating incident was when a Cadet attempted to bring an 18-pack of beer into the pool. When another lifeguard and I asked him to please take the alcohol out of the pool area, he disagreed and proceeded to stick his arms through the fence, take a drink and asked " if that was considered out of the pool area". The OOD had a nice talk with him. Another Cadet thought it would be apropriate to eat a sandwich while treading water in the pool... he was politely yelled at. Alot of incidents like these happended but weren't as funny. Also, It's pretty funny that the actions of some of the Cadets have earned the Cadets the nickname of "Cadidiots".