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Why Be a Leader? Become a DI Instead | iHateTheUSMC
One of the best SNCOs I knew said, 'the drill field is the one billet where you can be successful without displaying any real leadership qualities.' Like all of us, I have quite a few boot camp stories, and don't hate the ever-loving shit out of the DIs I had. For instance, if one was on fire, I'd cross the street to piss on him. But that's just common courtesy. Having said that, let's get to a couple of examples of the finest leadership in the world. SSgt BlueFalcon SSgt BlueFalcon was our 4th DI. Being new, he was a bit clueless. He talked with a voice like a buzzer so everything he said sounded fucked up without having to yell, and he may have actually been a GySgt the month before we got him in phase 2 of our training. I'm not kidding. This motherfucker showed up in phase 2 with all his gear marked in Gunny chevrons. Now, it's totally possible that he just got a helluva deal off a retiree, or maybe found stuff in his size at a second-hand shop, but there were signs that something