What seemed originally to be a force protection drill morphed into a command-wide room sweep. Building by building, the residents of each barracks were removed from the school building and sent to their rooms to await staff members, who conducted a thorough check for weapons and other dangerous devices. And I mean, thorough. They sifted through just about everything in my room - opened every box, checked every bag. If I had it, they would have found it - but since I don't keep any such contraband in my room, there was nothing to be found. I was also lucky that my room is closest to the "core" of the barracks (the buildings are shaped like an "X"; the core is the center), so my room was one of the first inspected. I'm not sure what precipitated the check; but I suspect that it had something to do with the new executive officer who reported aboard NNPTC about a month ago. The gentlemen who went through my room were nice enough to put most of my stuff back, so it's not a huge inconvenience cleaning it up.
We didn't get through much of what we were supposed to cover in math today; this isn't a good thing, given that we have our second and final exam in math on Thursday.