Movie: The Pentagon Wars [1998] Movie: The Pentagon Wars [1998]

[after redesigning the Bradley to carry a gun turret]



Col. Robert Laurel Smith:
That's one hell of a cannon.



Jones:
That's the problem.



Col. Robert Laurel Smith:
What is?



Jones:
You go out on the battlefield with this pecker sticking out of your turret, and the enemy's going to unload on you with everything they got. Might as well put a big red bullseye on the side.



Col. Robert Laurel Smith:
But it's a troop carrier, not a tank.



Jones:
Do you want me to put a sign on it in fifty languages, "I am a troop carrier, not a tank. Please don't shoot at me?"

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