Brigadier General Frank Savage tells Davenport, referring to the altitude, "It'll be suicide at 9."
Davenport, referring to the bomber crews: ”Are you going to drive them till they crack?”
”Don't worry about me. If you want something to worry about, worry about the crews.” (0:21)
Savage tells Major General Prichard, referring to Davenport, "Over-identification with his men, I think that's what they call it." (0:27)
Davenport tells Lieutenant Zimmerman, "Don't worry about a thing." (0:29)
Richard tells Savage, "That's what cracked Keith." (0:34)
Savage tells an MP, referring to his car, "Goering could have been in it." (0:36)
Sergeant Mcilhenny tells Savage, referring to the air exec, "He left right after Lieutenant Zimmerman’s funeral."
”Suicide, sir.” (0:38)
Maj. Harvey Stovall tells Savage, "It's the first time I've been drunk in 20 years, but it may not be the last."
Stovall, referring to the air exec: ”It's only an opinion, but it’s possible he may be drunk too.”
Savage tells Lieutenant Colonel Ben Gately, ”You left the station to get drunk.” (0:4?)
Savage tells the bomber group, "Fear is normal, but stop worrying about it and about yourselves." (0:52)
Maj. Joe Cobb tells Savage, "No need to tell you I was stiff."
Savage: ”Well, stiff or not, you laid it on the line.”
Flight surgeon Maj. “Doc” Kaiser tells Savage, ”You gave them the shock treatment this morning, a bucket of cold water. I take it that's the key in which you want me to approach the problem as to how much stress they can take.”
”Besides the normal stress of a lot of flying, these men have had the breaking up of a strong personal attachment.”
Savage: ”You suggest a treatment?” (0:54)
Stovall tells Savage, "I think I'm suffering from combat fatigue." (1:31)
Savage: "Are you drunk, Colonel Stovall?"
Stovall: ”That is not why I'm drunk tonight. I got drunk because I am confused... and it confused me. I think I shall stay drunk until I'm not confused anymore.” (1:58)
Kaiser tells Davenport, referring to Savage, who appears catatonic, "State of shock. Complete collapse." (2:03)