It's February 1945 and a depleted Easy Company is now in Haguenau, France, on the Rhine just across from Germany. Pvt. David Webster, who was injured during Operation Market Garden, returns to the Company but finds that his absence from the fighting in Bastogne has alienated the others and he is treated as an outsider. The Company also has a new junior officer, Lt. Henry Jones, a West Point graduate who has yet to get any battlefield experience. The war is clearly coming to an end and the men are starting to think they might just survive. When Colonel Sink orders a raid across the river to take prisoners for interrogation, the men are less than keen to take part but follow orders. No one believes it's worth it when one of the men dies from the wounds he receives. When Colonel Sink orders another raid the next night, Captain Winters has his own unique way of dealing with the situation.
Did You Know?
Lieutenant Jones would go on to be transferred to the 508th, and a year later to the 970th C.I.C. attachment as a field commander. He was injured in a jeep wreck in Heidelberg Germany and although he recovered from the wreck, he would later die from complications due to surgery. He died on July 21, 1947 at the age of 23. See more
When Lieutenant Jones meets Sergeant Malarky for the first time, Sergeant Malarky is seen wearing his battle jacket with the sleeve insignia of a US Army Staff Sergeant (three stripes with one "rocker" underneath). In a later scene, that same day, after Sergeant Malarky has showered and is wearing a newer, cleaner battle jacket, he is seen wearing the sleeve insignia of a US Army Sergeant First Class (three stripes with two rockers underneath). See more
Composed by Michael Kamen
Performed by The London Metropolitan Orchestra See more