.........And well she told me to do this for our son...
Shot-shows tom's pretty little baby son in a picture he holds up
.........The army little did I know what I was getting into
Shot-shows tom and other men in a bunker with beds lining the walls on both sides of it, men are lined up on both sides in front of their bunkers
I want you babies to do as you wish but have your little nightlights out by 10:00
Hi none of us know each other and I have a feeling that Mr. megaphone wont let us introduce each other later on so my name is Jim
Hi Iím tom
Steveís my name
Everyone introduces themselves except for one apparent Japanese man in the corner
You didnít introduce yourself
Can you speak English?
I can but none of you will care because I am Japanese and you all blame me for this war
Thatís not true
It is...my house everything I owned burned down because I am Japanese right after Pearl Harbor
Shot-he slowly explains his story and the shot changes to show a forest where the heroes are training with live ammunition
Yells the following I want you to run from point a here to point b here
Thatís all but to make it more interesting we will have live munitions being fired at you while you run
Everyone runs for themselves or else
Shot-shows all of them running while bullets wiz by them the sound of fire is heard loud
Everyone keeps running
What about you Jim?
Iíll see whatís wrong with tom....
Tom where are you???
Over here ahhhhh
Shot-shows Steve and Joe and lee and others at the clearing
Where the hell are Jim and that baby tom?
Shot-jumps back to Jim and tom
Ahhhhh my arm Iím down
Come on go with me Iíll help you run
Commander said everyone runs for themselves or else
Iím not going to leave you behind now run with me
Shot-shows Jim picking up tom and running with him on his back
Here comes the little baby tom how did I not expect you to get shot?
Shot-shows the commander congratulating all of the men except for tom
Shot-shows tom writing in a small journal while men around him talks and celebrates
I donít exactly know what to write Iím confused a little here our commander said we now have a battle to fight but the battle isnít here and we wont be fighting alone he said it will be us French people and British and a lot of other people we will be fighting on the beach of Omaha everyone keeps calling it d-day and the commander said it will be a glorious battle with air support and everything Iím not sure with a name little d-day the battle doesnít sound too easy tomorrow we leave for Britain
Shot-jumps ahead in time to show tom and others on a transport
You guys ready to go?
I can't wait to kill some of those Germans
Oh yea no Germans will be alive by the time we take the beach
Shot-shows everyone on the transport through tom's point of view shows a man on the floor curled up in a ball crying, shows another man standing up in a crying and pissing his pants you can see the face of fear on him
Everyone freezes only tom speaks and moves
They put lee on the transport that had all the Japanese people his will be the first to land I still donít understand why we have to blame him when his old country was the one who bombed us
Action starts again
Weíre only 2 miles away from the beach
Shot-shows the beach from 2 miles
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