Bootcamp was a rock band popular in the early 1980s. Songs include "Victim" and "Hold On To The Night." They were one of the first artists whose videos were shown on MTV's first day on air. Bootcamp originated in Baltimore, Maryland and had a loyal following there and in New York, at various times sharing the concert bill with such '80s icons as The Tubes, Squeeze, The B-52s and Split Enz. "Bootcamp" also acted as the support band for New York's "R.A Questar", a vocal duo headed by songwriters Robert Alan and Questar Welsh.