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The Grunt Life Explained in 30 Seconds or Less

Published Oct. 31, 2021

If you don't know what the Grunt Life is, this video will explain it to you in about 30 seconds. It's not nearly as cool or glamorous as you might think.


When you hear the words Grunt Life, your first thought might be explosions, machine gun fire, or dudes conducting a bad ass movement to contact skirmish line. No one could fault you for thinking that either, because at it's core the life of an Infantryman revolves around closing with and destroying the enemy through close combat and fire and maneuver. The reality of the situation is a bit different though, because war is nothing more than an exercise in boredom with brief flashes of brilliantly conducted violence.


The key words there are an exercise in bored. Not brief flashes of brilliantly conducted violence. You see, a majority of war is spent waiting for orders, waiting for transport, and waiting for the enemy. You can't have rounds of controlled chaos when the enemy doesn't show up for a fight. So, what do you get instead? You get two bored ass infantrymen sitting on a half-wall throwing rocks into a helmet or at each other. There's nothing cool or sexy about it, but when you get right down to the brass tacks, that's the true reality of a grunt's life.


josh brooks

Published Oct. 31, 2021

If you don't know what the Grunt Life is, this video will explain it to you in about 30 seconds. It's not nearly as cool or glamorous as you might think.


When you hear the words Grunt Life, your first thought might be explosions, machine gun fire, or dudes conducting a bad ass movement to contact skirmish line. No one could fault you for thinking that either, because at it's core the life of an Infantryman revolves around closing with and destroying the enemy through close combat and fire and maneuver. The reality of the situation is a bit different though, because war is nothing more than an exercise in boredom with brief flashes of brilliantly conducted violence.


The key words there are an exercise in bored. Not brief flashes of brilliantly conducted violence. You see, a majority of war is spent waiting for orders, waiting for transport, and waiting for the enemy. You can't have rounds of controlled chaos when the enemy doesn't show up for a fight. So, what do you get instead? You get two bored ass infantrymen sitting on a half-wall throwing rocks into a helmet or at each other. There's nothing cool or sexy about it, but when you get right down to the brass tacks, that's the true reality of a grunt's life.


josh brooks

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