Colonel Deke Grimwald: I know it was Saturday because Dad always inspected the battalion on Saturday.
Maggie Dawson: Mmm. Grimwald. General Max Grimwald was your father? Ooh! Big shoes to fill, Colonel.
Colonel Deke Grimwald: Mine are a size and a half bigger.
Sam: (narrating) It was unreal. In the space of a leap I'd gone from the depths of despair to the summit of hope. He was alive. My brother Tom was still alive and I was in Vietnam with him.
Al: You know she's got the biggest, roundest...
Sam: Camera lens in Vietnam, I know.
Al: Oh yeah, that... Yeah. Yeah. Lens, too.
Blaster: I already had my shower. Want a beer?
Maggie Dawson: Uh. For starters.
Blaster: Thank you, Lord! Thanks!
Tom Beckett: I still wouldn't take a reporter on a mission. Especially a female reporter.
Maggie Dawson: If you gotta take one, we're the best kind.
Al: She's got a point.
Sam: (narrating) Tom never talked about what SEALs did off-duty. And after a few hours with Bravo squad, I knew why. Mom would have had a cow.
Sam: Sappers are coming in from the river at midnight.
Al: Tough choice, kid.
Dempsey: Sir, Magic says sappers are crossing the river, Sir.
Colonel Deke Grimwald: How the hell does he know that?
Tom: Magic's got a sixth sense.
Al: Yeah, you could call me that.
Titi: Too dark for picture.
Maggie Dawson: Honey, this film can get exposure where the sun don't shine.
Al: Oh shoot!...(Maggie) put her jammies on.
Al: Sam, I am the one who thinks with his glands. Not you.
Al: Just remember you've got an ace in the hole. Me.
Al: What the hell, I get repatriated in five years.
Sam: You could have been free.
Al: I was free. (points to his head) Up here, I was always free.