From left, Rob-drick Robinson, Fisher and Christopher Wegner talk with Fisher's bunkmate about his behavior. He had been consistently causing problems and the rest of the platoon was paying the price. Because of the culture of basic training, where all suffer for the faults of one, recruits often police their own ranks. Fisher said he worried that the pep talks for his bunkmate might not be enough but he wouldn't be part of any physical confrontation. "I told him I'd be there for him," Fisher said. "But he just doesn't seem to care."