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Lance Cpl. Harold James Trombley (Character)
from "Generation Kill" (2008)

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Generation Kill: Season 1: Episode 7 -- Bravo reaches Baghdad, where the men are shocked by the sheer size and scope of the city. As their time there comes to an end, the Marines take inventory and reflect--even as tensions boil over and disaster strikes.

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  1. "Generation Kill"
        - Bomb in the Garden (2008) TV episode, Played by Billy Lush
        - Stay Frosty (2008) TV episode, Played by Billy Lush
        - A Burning Dog (2008) TV episode, Played by Billy Lush
        - Combat Jack (2008) TV episode, Played by Billy Lush
        - Screwby (2008) TV episode, Played by Billy Lush
          (2 more)

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From "Generation Kill: A Burning Dog (#1.5)" (2008)
Lance Cpl. Harold James Trombley: Hey Pers, didn't your mom put your picture up on the Wal-mart Wall Of Heroes?
Cpl. Josh Ray Person: Yep. My grandma did when I went to Afghanistan. I'm on the Nevada, Missouri Wal-mart Wall Of Heroes. I even got my dress blues on.
Sgt. Brad 'Iceman' Colbert: If my mother ever distributed my likeness without written authorization, I would disown her.
Cpl. Josh Ray Person: Technically speaking, Brad, but... didn't your biological parents disown you when they put you up for adoption?
Sgt. Brad 'Iceman' Colbert: Point, Ray. I was one of those unfortunates adopted by upper middle-class professionals and nurtured in an environment of learning, art and a socio-religious culture steeped in more than 2000 years of Talmudic tradition. Not everyone is lucky enough to have been raised in a whiskey tango trailer park by a bow-legged female whose sole qualification for motherhood is a womb that happened to catch a sperm of a passing truck driver.
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