Edited by Captain Ben Beard
Produced by The Ray Reutlinger Family
Digitally Formatted from the original 16mm motion picture by
The Northwest Kemper Club
Brought to you by Echo Company, Kemper Military School,

Starring The Kemper Corps of Cadets
Featuring a cast of hundreds!!

"As We Go Marching" was originally filmed by the family of Cadet Ray Reutlinger at Kemper Military School in Boonville, Missouri during WWII. It depicts, in many respects, the typical experience of cadets at Kemper. While the quality of the motion picture is at times poor it should be remembered that the technology of creating "home movies" was in its infancy. That any amateur motion picture images have survived to this time is remarkable, that a motion picture taken by a cadet parent exists depicting life at Kemper from the 40s is a miracle.

Allow yourself to be transported back in time, to an era when Kemper Military School & College was the envy of every private school in the United States. Enjoy the excitement of the Kemper Corps of Cadets as they demonstrate the pride of their 100 year heritage.

Turn up your volume!! Sit back and relax, transport yourself to a time when The Kemper Corps of Cadets was a strong cross section of America! See for yourself the power, feel the thunder, witness the leaders of "Our Greatest Generation" as teenagers.

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"As We Go Marching" courtesy of Echo Company, Kemper Military School, Inc. Reutlinger Family Motion Pictures courtesy of The Reutlinger Foundation Images and sound may not be copied or reproduced without the expressed written consent of Echo Company, Kemper Military School, Inc