You do good out there today, you get 10 minutes in the latrine with us, all right? And it was like, about these small towns, Caen and Bayeux, and how they loved Americans and they loved Allied soldiers. We've got to get back to the main road. But this is a public school and we have rules. The soldiers who survived the ambush have significant injuries, both physically and psychologically. Bravo team, we're securing the next building. So the rest of us, we took another road to try to get back around to the main road that we were on.
Just go back to class. Some people think this is helpful. And now, now I've been back for, you know, some time now, trying to make sense of all the shit. Come back to bed, baby. You guys work together or something? All 15-year-olds hate their parents. Nobody else ain't got nothing else they wanna say? Dear Mom and Dad, I know you don't understand why I re-enlisted, It's confusing and scary for all of us, I know that, But I have to go back, I don't wanna die and Jordan didn't wanna die, either, And maybe when we went over there the first time we didn't know what we were getting into, Maybe the leaders of our country didn't know what they were getting into, Maybe the people don't want us there, Maybe this whole thing is just making it worse, But even after all that, I can't stay behind knowing there are soldiers over there getting attacked every day and dying every day, I don't feel like it's wrong of me for wanting to go back over there and help them, It's a hard job being a soldier, Not just for people like me, but for the people we leave behind, The both of you, girlfriends, kids, husbands and wives, We all carry scars of war, But I know that if I do my part then maybe we'll all get out of there and get home to the people who love us just a little bit quicker, - This is my wife, Penelope. What the hell are you doing here? Here you can beware free or download it out of your mobile device by clicking on the download button.
It's 'cause I thought you were. We all grew up together, Me and Jordan, we lived on the same block, He and I used to play football, basketball, Anyway. I'll tell you what, always putting ourselves in danger. And then the shame because you couldn't do your job. I'm sorry, I have to go. What I do know is, I don't belong here anymore. I know, but that's really kind of inexcusable.
You know, I was kind of surprised you called me, actually. I thought they all hated us. I got a problem with my back, okay? Or, maybe a flat palm with a spike in it? I'm not going to do anything like that. I didn't even know their names. Like I turned and wasn't no time.
Then we drove by fast as hell and I looked back to see if I got him. I can get them for you next week. You don't know what the fuck I went through! I just need to talk to you for a minute. I've been thinking about going and talking to someone. Maybe go rock climbing on Boulder Beach.
What the hell happened to you, man? The group suffers many losses during the battle. Stay the fuck away from me. Each of the four has come home changed, each feels dislocation. Why it takes the army six weeks to set the medical for my discharge and they canceled it and they rescheduled it and then canceled it again? Was 130 degrees, sand was in everything. The medic's on its way. You all got to fix him. No baseball caps, no cell phones, no clothing with offensive pictures or slogans.
Hey, let me give you a hand. I'm having pain all the time. That makes me way too anxious. Wanna know what a blast wound looks like? The supernatural force, which fills a person with rage before spreading to its next victim, brings together a group of previously unrelated people who attempt to unlock its secret to save their lives. There's some good people there. I spent the night in Baghdad, and then went over to Landstuhl. Two adults and one child for Forever Lulu at 1:30.
But I hired someone else. Back stateside we follow four of them - a surgeon who saw too much, a teacher who's a single mom and who lost a hand in the ambush, an infantry man whose best friend died that day, and a soldier who keeps reliving the moment he killed a civilian woman. I am feeling a bit under the weather. Do those people know what they're doing down there? Hey, Pop, I'm doing it. You smelled like a bar at Billy's school. Your mom told me where you were.