Wow I read that as "Six Flags in Fallujah".
Anyways, partaking in a police academy gave me a good idea of what is so wrong with American police departments these days and why black people keep getting shot by cops. Most of the other men were from the military (a lot of marines, some army, a couple guard guys - and they were ALL white). The army and guard guys were pretty "normal", so to speak. The marines were not. A few of them clearly had unresolved PTSD issues which percolated up now and then. They said a lot of really, really dumb shit (insanely xenophobic) no doubt owing to the "us vs them" mentality instilled in them by the armed conflict they had been in, and they regularly displayed ludicrous thought patterns for people wanting to "protect and serve". The bottom line was they were basically mentally broken by their service, and there's this history of police officers being veterans because what the hell else is a veteran supposed to do, as shooting/getting shot at thousand of miles from home doesn't give people essential skills that translate to civilian life. That heavy emphasis on brotherhood which serves so well in a conflict zone is diametrically opposed to effective, community-oriented policing. It leads police to choke people to death or kill unarmed teenagers, and leads them to not hold each other accountable when they do it. Which is why it keeps happening.
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