In this era of force and
...historians will argue. What was
the most influential factor.
What was the most deadly
instrument? The most deadly weapon?
Was it the overwhelming manpower?
Was it the thundering mail from
heaven? The bombs, the blockbusters?
the silent parachute?
Or the spectacle from the
Was it the flame-thrower?
than sound, quicker than this: the B-2 rocket?
No! It was none of these things.
The most effective, the most deadly....
Yes, you're right. The sergeant's
All right you guys, now I'm gonna
tell you something.
The adjutant is coming, see? And
And I ain't very happy either. Look at this joint.
- Hi Serg,
- Have you seen Corwin?
Yeah, I seen him, but I couldn't take him so
I sent him over to the mess hall. He's on KP.
- Okay, take them away.
- Right Serg.
Let's go. Give us some food.
Come on, come on!
let's have it.
- What are they gripping about?
- Well, they've got to eat them.
Well, I've got to cook them.
Let's get out of here, it the
- What do you think you're cooking
around here? - Beans?
Oh shut up! You've been getting away with murder,
and it's got to stop. Understand? Shut up!
to work together, I've been covering up for you.
That's gotta stop too. Do you
understand? Shut up!
get your pack and everything that goes with it. I
want to see you down front in 5 mins. Understand?
You're going to go on a long, long journey
and you may not be back this way. Understand?
Get to packing, everything goes with
Going on a long, long trip, might not
SHUT UP! SHUT UP!
before the CO can get it un 104 and
Section 7, paragraph 49.
Oh sure, I get it.
Sure and an MR19-2 and the profile
Oh boy, I ain't in the army, I'm back
in the numbers racket.
Here's the mail Corporal.
that bandit. Do you think it will work?
Should. There was a guy in here a
while ago who fixed it.
How do you like that? Now you
don't even get the nickel back.
Shawnessy, how many times do I have
to tell you that this ain't a day room.
- Got a cigarette?
- Yeah, here.
him right away. - Right!
- Is Miller in?
Hey Miller, what do you think we've
got here, midgets?
Captain, what about this training
film here tomorrow morning?
Oh yes.....that begins at 7 o'clock.
think we'd better fall out at 6:35.
They'll want us in front of ltalian
Not later than 6:25.
In that case Davenport, have the
- Roger. I take care of that Sir. Right away.
Oh Liuftanant! One more thing ...
make sure ...
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