Field of FireDVD
Battle-scarred and disillusioned by war, Corporal Chris Merriman is put in charge of a unit whose next mission is to the edge of Taliban-controlled territory. While driving through, a Navy SEAL flags down their convoy and enlists the unit on an operation: they must help an Afghan woman famous for her Taliban defiance escape the country. Without tanks or air support, Merriman and his team will need all they can muster to fight their way across the war-torn country and take the woman to safety.
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Why sign a contract, near very end: So he decides to sign a contract because he wants to make a difference He wants to save this world, make it a better place. The consequences are punishing unforgiving and he questions why he ever signed that contract. So what's the fxxking point? I guess the point is responsibility of duty Love of country. A way of life. Are we on the right side of this? These aren't our questions to ask. A marine fights for the person standing next to him. He fights for the man who can't stand anymore. He fights so that others can have the opportunity to make a difference. That's how we make the unforgiving forgivable. And if we're lucky, somewhere in all the fighting and dying, we discover hope. And the marines who killed and bled and died will always be jarheads. Their families will have to live with the unbearable demands of their ultimate sacrifice.
A man has a lot of choices And these choices made in life are rarely perfect So he decides to sign a contract 'cause he wants to make a difference He wants to save this world make it a better place But when that contract is signed, he will no longer choose when he wants to eat, sleep, fxxk or fight Those decisions will be made for him He will be part of something bigger than himself He will train for 70 consecutive days and get to know every inch of his M16A4 rifle better than his own dick. Then, he will go to the desert and fight And die. Why is he fighting Why is he dying? What's the fxxking point?
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