A school designed to be utter hell but to fortify your future where other academy grads provide you jobs regardless of your competence. Midshipmen training includes condescension, premature judgments, and spreading pain previously received by the trainer because "it happened to them." Lieutenants act like Admirals and Senior midshipmen act like Lieutenants, while Senior Enlisted generally take out their own suffering and marital problems on the midshipmen. The average Naval Academy midshipman is a bro and drinking is a competitive sport. Service selection is based fifty percent on how well you hide your flaws from the public as well as general butt kissing. Alumni love the Naval Academy because their brains have blocked out the negative memories and only left the positives.
"I went to the United States Naval Academy, I loved it!"
"Uh, Its great!"
"Uh, Its great!"
by The Beast Master Fresh June 16, 2009
The singular place of education where you can empower the United States Navy to shove a million dollar education up your ass a nickel at a time. The graduates, frequently known as "ringknockers" proudly display their trophy in the most arrogant and assholish fashion possible, peering down their noses at people who were direct commissions or graduated from NROTC units at other universities nationwide. These people go on to lead what tehy consider to be elitist lives and frequently get their asses kicked at squadron parties by many an aviator.
"I graduated from the United States Naval Academy, class of 1998. Where did YOU graduate from?"
by Lieutenant Annapolis Sucks September 15, 2006
The United States "service academy" that claims to be the hardest in the nation. Only there can you find carpeted barracks' (or rather dormitories), people to do your laundry for you, people to clean your barracks' for you (once again, rather dormitories), and people to serve you your meals. The sissies there that call themselves midshipmen are given a commission into the US Navy or Marine Corp only to prove to other officers how arrogant they are wearing their expensive rings around as if they actually earned them. The unfortunatre truth is that they stopped earning them several years ago.
Unlike other service academies, the United States Naval Academy fails to live up to it's name and traditions.
by Mathew Bauman March 18, 2006