Redeployment - Redeployment Summary & Analysis

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The Marines shoot dogs… on purpose. They lap up blood, not American blood, but blood. The men are thinking about who’s in the houses and killing them. When deployment is up, the men are sent to a logistics base in the desert to decompress. Marine Sergeant Price tries to think about home and his wife, Cheryl, and not what he did on the battlefield or all the horrors that he’d seen including the slaughter of his fellow Marines. Shooting the dogs made him think of Vicar his dog at home. He was trained to kill people not dogs.

After deployment, their plane first lands in Cherry Point. No one is there to greet them. The families are waiting to reunite with them at Camp Lejeune which is an hour away. When they arrive Price spots the waiting families. He turns his rifle...

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