Someone asked me to start this thread. I will caution you up front that I can't discuss everything because I am not allowed to so if I seem very general about some of the stories please understand. I was at Camp Bucca for nine months. At that point in my life I had had three years of training in Judo plus whatever the military gave me (enough to get myself hurt). Now I train a lot more seriously. What I can say was that it was a unique experience and a personal journey into morals. At times I realized I was treating people medically that were friends, coworkers, brothers, sisters, etc of mine. Not physically but metaphorically. Just like any jailhouse system most claimed they were innocent. Then you had those that were proud they were guilty. During the time I was there I had two that tried to get "friendly" while I was providing medical treatment. It was amazing that even though I had taken my hiatus from martial arts that my skills came back and each incident lasted less than ten seconds with me in control. I didn't even have time to think. I think this is the reason I got back into as I did. Like I said I started this because someone suggested it, I have no problem keeping it going, don't know where it is going to go, but felt I owed it.