Life at Virginia Military Institute
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Life at Virginia Military Institute

Retired Army General, J.H. Binford Peay III, Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute sits down to discuss the regimented daily life of cadets at one of the oldest military institutes in the nation. (The Washington Post/Video by Daniel DeVise, Edited by Ernesto Bailey)

© 2009 Video by Daniel DeVise, Edited by Ernesto Bailey