I don’t want to die for Korea. What do I care for this stinking hill?
You wanna see where I live back home? I sure am sure I ain’t gonna die for that.
I thought the war was all over with.
Pork Chop Hill is in North Korea now, but those who fought there know for what they died, and the meaning of it.
Pork Chop Hill was held – bought and paid for at the same price we commemorate in monuments at Bunker Hill and Gettysburg. Yet you will find no monuments on Pork Chop Hill.
Victory is a fragile thing and history does not linger long in our century.
Welcome to the meatgrinder.
What do I care about this stinkin’ hill?
Who do you think you are, Audie Murphy?
You say that nothing’s got a value except the value that men put upon it, and I don’t know how men can put a higher value on something than dying for it.
You’ve got a hundred and thirty-five men, all of them thinking about the peace at Panmunjom. And it’s a cinch they don’t want to die in what may be the last battle of the war.
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