In 2005, they carried a life-sized cardboard cut-out of George W. Bush with them into the stadium. In 2016, cadets used a catchphrase of then president-elect Trump, who was in attendance, to taunt midshipmen. Trump will attend Saturday's game for the first time as sitting president, and will officiate the coin toss, according to the Associated Press.They have to make them small enough to carry, make them out of material they can roll up or fold, or tape them together when they get to the stands. The George W. Bush cutout? Sources say he had a place in formation and marched on the field with the midshipmen.Midshipmen held a 14-year winning streak against Army, so classes graduating in 2006 through 2016 can claim they beat Army all four years they attended. Sailors from Littoral Combat Ship Squadron One recommend Go Navy, Beat Army spray to make Army fans go away.Every year, juniors at the academies have the opportunity to spend a semester embedded with their rivals. The midshipmen and cadets reunite with their own at the Army-Navy game, when the schools conduct a prisoner exchange. Prisoners are marched to the center of the field behind their captors before sprinting to re-join their classmates.While on exchange, midshipmen and cadets are not actually treated like prisoners, though they do face some teasing. Cadets call their midshipmen counterparts squids or middies, which midshipmen hate. Midshipmen refer to cadets as whoops, a reference to the monkeys in The Wizard of Oz. It's said that the costumes worn by the wicked witch's flying stooges were designed after the uniforms worn by cadets at West Point.