Adam Beach: Ben Yahzee
Ben Yahzee : I'm Ben Yahzee, I guess the corps paired us up, may I join you?
Joe Enders : You're blocking my view.
Ben Yahzee : Sorry.
[about the food]
Ben Yahzee : What do they call this crap anyway?
Joe Enders : Marines call it chow.
Ben Yahzee : Well there is a propaganda effort there.
Ben Yahzee : [he accidentally knocks over his cup of coffee] Shit, sorry, you could have mine.
[he then accidentally spills the coffe all over his food]
Joe Enders : What did you say your name was again?
Ben Yahzee : Ben Yahzee.
[Enders gives him his food which has been ruined and takes his food]
Charlie Whitehorse : [in Navajo] How is your white man?
Ben Yahzee : Hungry.
Charlie Whitehorse : [in Navajo] I've never seen so many white men.
Ben Yahzee : Oh, they've never seen so many Navajos before.
Ben Yahzee : Enders, I can't find Whitehorse anywhere. Have you seen him?
Joe Enders : He's over there.
Ben Yahzee : [he sees his friend dead, blown up by a grenade with other Japanese soldiers] This was suppose to be a secured area, what happened?
Joe Enders : I killed him.
Ben Yahzee : You what?
Joe Enders : I took a grenade, threw it in there and blew him up.
Ben Yahzee : His name was Joe Enders, from south Philadelphia. He was a fierce warrior, a good marine. If you ever tell a story about him George... Say he was my friend.
Ben Yahzee : He wondered about cowboys watching Indians' backs. Something about it didn't seem right.