Story regarding his experience as the first Marine to attend HBS in the 1970s, after taking part in fierce battles of the Vietnam War, and serving in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. His first experience on campus, in Harvard Square, made him more afraid than he ever was in Vietnam. Although many of his classmates were anti-war leaders, students treated him with curiosity, never hostility. Today, he is still proud of being elected Section Representative. He touches upon the leadership of Professor Bower in closing school to hold a discussion of the My Lai Massacre.