Students navigate an obstacle course while ­shouldering what appear to be sandbags in this photo archivists date to between 1941 and 1945. During World War II, Princeton set up a physical-training program that stressed ­conditioning for war ­service, but a lack of ­undergraduates on ­campus — at the lowest point during the war, the number of civilian ­students fell below 400 despite a plea from President Dodds to stay in school rather than sign up for military service — stretched the ­University’s finances to the breaking point. To stay viable, the University opened its doors to the military, establishing the Naval ­Training School (or V-12). Can any PAW readers identify these ­physically fit men?