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I sat down with a former Grunt Sergeant, Jake Stone, on a calm, sunny, Saturday November afternoon, to inquire about his experience in the Marine Corps. Mr. Stone is a somewhat frail looking guy in a wheelchair which you can inform used to be a potent man despite his era that is approaching late seventies. I heard a lot from him. For example, Mr. Stone was a training officer during the Vietnam War. He was stationed in California teaching hand to hand combat, bayonets, pistols, rifles, hand grenades, flamethrowers, just a wide assortment of deadly weapons. He headed ninety guys in a hit team that was prepared to be set up at any given time. They were to be ready to pack up and leave in one hour. Just because he wasn't deployed, that is not to say he did not see his share of the action, he just didn't get to see enemy fire, he also found plenty of horrors that would terrify a lot of men and women. He had access to quite a piece of classified information that's since been declassified. One of them being a hit team strategy that seems rather dangerous. A jet designed initially designed to drop bombs was outfitted with four marines instead. A couple of jets would fly real low altitude, and only before the goals, the pilots reduce on the motors so their flying would be almost scant, opening the bay doors the pilots drop the payload of marines, rather than bombs, who had parachute down onto the enemy from over. This was a strategy designed to confuse and overwhelm the enemy. The idea was scrapped after too many people broke their legs and dislocated ankles in training, I also learned about a training mishap that killed twenty one individuals. His men were practicing a shore style invasion, everybody was completely equipped and had landing vehicles, dressing craft, b.. .