To the right, gentlemen, is Pneumonia Gulch. That is where we sleep. You fry by day and freeze by night. To the left, just a little ways, about a mile and a half, is Ptomaine Tavern. That is where we eat. The wheat cakes we leave are used by the navy...as depth charges.
WHITEY, Winged Victory (1944)
You know, they got a man in the army, a two-star general, who flies around looking for ugly places...and if it's too hot in summer for human life and too cold in winter...then he plants an American flag and proclaims it a U.S. Army camp.
G.I., Battleground (1949)
Military intellegence...that's a contradiction in terms!
ADRIAN CRONAUER, Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
How could a guy with military training miss with a Scattergun? What were you, Navy?
FBI SPECIAL AGENT SEELEY BOOTH, Bones, "Mummy in the Maze" (2007)
Military units are a lot like marching bands. Take out the guy conducting the operation and you'll throw everyone out of sync. Pretty soon all you have left is sound and fury.
MICHAEL WESTEN, Burn Notice, "The Hunter" (2009)
That's the military. We don't ask. We don't care.
PETER BURKE, White Collar, "Pilot" (2009)
There's a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state, the other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people.
COMMANDER WILLIAM ADAMA, Battlestar Galactica, "Water" (2004)
Remember, this is a military operation. Nothing ever goes according to plan.
LUDWIG BECK, Valkyrie (2008)
What a marvelous contradiction--a military pacifist!
KIVAS FAJO, Star Trek: The Next Generation, "The Most Toys" (1990)