Bones and Jack are two guys with very little going right in their lives. The two decide to join the Army as part of the water purification team and eventually find themselves on the front lines in the conflict between the northern African countries of Chad and Libya. The two men, along with a few companions, have it upon themselves to save the day in combat, something they know little about. Written by
Sleep tight, America! The safety of the free world rests in his hands!
Did You Know?
Most of the basic training and war scenes were shot at Fort Sill in Lawton, Oklahoma. A sign displaying the name "Fort Sill" is clearly visible in one scene. See more
At a party back home, Bones mentions to his then girlfriend that "he" (his penis) hadn't seen her in 8 weeks, yet he's apparently already fully trained in water purification. After 8 weeks of basic training, an additional 10 weeks of training is required to become a Water Treatment Specialist (the official MOS title). See more
Drop down and give me twenty!
Here. Take the whole wallet.
References A Few Good Men
Written by David Usher
, Mark Makowy, Kevin Young, Jeff Pearce
Performed by Moist
Courtesy of EMI Records USA, a division of ERG
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