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C. Carwood Lipton
: [Voiceover, during Speirs' rush across enemy lines in Foy
] At first the Germans didn't shoot at him. I think they couldn't quite believe what they were seeing. But that wasn't the really astounding thing. The astounding thing was, after he hooked up with I Company, he came back.
Capt. Ronald Speirs
: Well, go ahead and ask me. C. Carwood Lipton
: Ask you what, sir? Capt. Ronald Speirs
: The stories about me. You want to know if they're true, right? You know the funny thing about stories like that? Everyone always says they heard it from someone who was there. Then if you ask that person, they say *they* heard it from someone who was there, and so on. I bet if you went back 2,000 years, you'd find a bunch of centurions standing around talking about how Tertius lopped the heads off of some Carthaginian prisoners. C. Carwood Lipton
: Well, sir, maybe they kept talking about it because they never heard Tertius deny it. Capt. Ronald Speirs
: Well, maybe that's because Tertius knew there was some value to the men thinking he was the meanest, toughest son of a bitch in the whole Roman legion.
: Henry the fifth was talking to his men and he said from this day to the ending of the world we and it shall be remembered. We lucky few, we band of brothers, for he who sheds his blood with me today shall be my brother.