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Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: [as Joker checks and then holds up his rifle for inspection, Hartman takes the rifle and proceeds to inspect it] What's your sixth general order? Private Joker: Sir! The
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Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
[as Joker checks and then holds up his rifle for inspection, Hartman takes the rifle and proceeds to inspect it]
What's your sixth general order?
Private Joker:
Sir! The private's sixth general order is to receive and to obey -- and to pass on to the sentry who relieves me -- all orders from the CO, from the OD, from any and all other officers, and from NCOs of the guard! Sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
[CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR-LINE]
What's this weapon's name, Private Joker?
Private Joker:
[CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR-LINE]
Sir! The private's weapon's name is the Bitch, sir!
[Hartman angrily passes back the rifle]

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
[CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR-LINE]
You slimy piece of shit, that's no way to talk to your rifle! Now get on your face and give me 25!
Private Joker:
Twenty-five! Yes, sir!
[while Joker executes the push-ups, Hartman approaches Pyle who holds up his own rifle]

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
How many counts in that movement you just executed?
Private Gomer Pyle:
[hard and firm tone]
Sir! Four counts, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
What's the idea of looking down in the chamber?
Private Gomer Pyle:
Sir! That is to guarantee that the private is not giving the inspecting officer a loaded weapon, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
What's your fifth general order?
Private Gomer Pyle:
Sir! The private's fifth general order is to quit my post only when properly relieved, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
What's this weapon's name, Private Pyle?
Private Gomer Pyle:
Sir! The private's weapon's name is Charlene, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:
Private Pyle, you are definitely born again hard! Hell, I may even allow you to serve as a rifleman in my beloved Corps.
Private Gomer Pyle:
Sir! Yes, sir!

Transcript:
What's your sixth general order?
Sir, the sixth general order
is to receive and obey...
... and pass on to the sentry
who relieves me...
... all orders....
Sir, the private's sixth general....
The private has been instructed
but does not know.
You slimy scumbag,
get on your face and give me 25.
Sir, aye, aye, sir.
How many counts in that movement
you just executed?
-Sir, four counts, sir.
-What's the idea of looking in the chamber?
Sir, to guarantee the private is not giving
the inspecting officer a loaded weapon, sir.
What's your fifth general order?
Sir, the fifth general order is to quit my post
only when properly relieved, sir.
What's this weapon's name,
Private Pyle?
Sir, the private's weapon's name
is Charlene, sir.
Private Pyle, you are definitely
born-again hard.
Hell, I may even allow you to serve
as a rifleman in my beloved Corps.
Sir, yes, sir.
I don 't want no teenage queen
I don 't want no teenage queen
I just want my M14
I just want my M14
If I die in a combat zone
If I die in a combat zone
Box me up and ship me home
Box me up and ship me home
Pin my medals upon my chest
Pin my medals upon my chest
Tell my mom I done my best
Tell my mom I done my best
Graduation is only a few days away...
... and the recruits of Platoon 3092
are salty.
They are ready to eat their own guts
and ask for seconds.
The drill instructors are proud to see
that we are growing beyond their control.
The Marine Corps does not want robots.
The Marine Corps wants killers.
The Marine Corps wants to build
indestructible men.
Men without fear.
Today, you people are
no longer maggots.
Today, you are Marines.
You 're part of a brotherhood.
From now on, until the day you die...
... wherever you are...
... every Marine is your brother.
Most of you will go to Vietnam.
Some of you will not come back.
But always remember this:
Marines die.
That's what we're here for.
But the Marine Corps lives forever...
... and that means you live forever.
-Peckett.
-Sir, yes, sir.

Clip duration: 181 seconds
Views: 94
Timestamp in movie: 00:36:15
Uploaded: 30 August, 2021
Genres: drama, war
Summary: A pragmatic U.S. Marine observes the dehumanizing effects the Vietnam War has on his fellow recruits from their brutal boot camp training to the bloody street fighting in Hue.


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