Yep exactly. When I was stationed at MCAS Miramar in San Diego that's when I actually took up jiu jitsu because what we were learning in the Corps was somewhat laughable. Fun side note, and this may show my age a bit, but Ken Shamrock came to Camp Pendleton to show some hand to hand combat techniques to a bunch of us. This was when he was still past his prime but still respected as being a pretty dangerous fighter. All things considered it was actually pretty informative compared to what we were being taught at the time. I had just started training jiu jitsu then and when I told him that I half expected to hear a snide remark about the Gracies or something like that, but he was actually cool about it and told me to keep it up.