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the best part of this scene was seeing the superior officer's face go from "respect my authority" to "oh god what have we done to these kids"
Someone says the guy who was crying was a criminal/felon and this was all,faked for the guy
He likely went through something similar himself
Right after this he makes fun of them my guy
I recall right after he breaks down crying the officer says "You snipers are fucked up in the head" or something similar, which recalls to a phrase early in the movie where the sniper instructor says something along the lines of "The rest of the army thinks we're fucked in the head".
@@shadow_tdwtf are you talking about?
Bro really care about his k/d ratio
that's not what it's abt lol
@@joshuabrandao5805it’s a joke man
he’s one long shot medal off dark matter
@@joshuabrandao5805what’s it about
Same thing happened to my father. He was a marine and he and a bunch of his buds were getting ready to head to a location and see some combat. Then orders came in and he and his guys were transferred to another location. He said that he knew that where they were being sent to had no enemies. There was nothing there, just territory to hold. He said that in the helicopter ride to the other area, he and a bunch of his friends cried. They had all been trained to kill, they wanted to kill, and they were being denied. That was when my dad realized he should leave, he decided that he didn’t want to live a life where he WANTED to kill people so much that it made him emotionally unstable.
If I found out the people I’m fighting cry when they find out they don’t have to fight to the death I would personally surrender and not stop surrendering for years after the war is over
Sorry about that Good man
this some Goku shit 😂
Imagine being so fucked that they had you in sniper crosshairs while calling in an air strike
Yeah it was not a fair war for them in the slightest 😂
Imagine being any other country than USA. What a nightmare that would be.
@@chrisdaniel2759*laughs in Afghani farmer*
@@siegebot82 Because that’s a life of joy and laughter, marrying your cousins and boiling your children and eating dirt…
@@chrisdaniel2759 moving the goal post bc you can't take the fact that our boys got merked by farmers with poop hands
Imagine you just chillin playing angry birds on your phone, and some dudes a mile away are arguing whether they can or can’t shoot you before dropping a bomb on you
You are playing subwaysurfers and then you just hear "hostile artillery incoming"
@@The_pumpkin_manexcept in real life you don't hear shit, that 500 pound GBU-12 is gonna instantly turn you into dust.
the thing i find fascinating with jarhead is how it’s purely military based yet the protagonist never physically kills anyone but in doing so it feels like he’s mentally killed himself
I can tell you from experience, that happens to a lot of guys these days in the Marines(not sure about other branches). It tears you apart to some degree. You train for war. You expect war. You expect to die and never see your family again. And it’s all okay with you. You know the inevitability of your death in some far away land. And then it doesn’t happen. You go home and try to live a normal life but it’s never really normal again.
When you stalk your target for days, you slowly become obsessed.
My stack of restraining orders agree with you.
@@laimejannister5627 lmfao XD
@@laimejannister5627im callin ur po ur not supposed to be on yt
as a stalker i can confirm this is true
Fun fact, the two marines are real life brothers-in-law since 2009.
Dude, it must’ve been a hell of a mental snap to mentally prepare yourself for this ONE shot for a long period of time and just when the timing is FINALLY there, you are told “Denied” I can’t imagine what it can do to someone’s psyche to have yourself mentally prepared to kill someone, accepted it, imagined it and ready for it only to be like “yeah, you know all that mental gymnastics you had to do? Yeah you can stop that now”
Well that kinda like the existence of a man in a way
Thats why war is so awful
"Your PTSD is not service related."
I feel like he would've gotten ptsd if he actually killed the guy
“So were you in any crazy firefights? got overrun type of situations?” “No but I almost shot a guy”
@@sierrakilo4322 spending 6 months in the desert just waiting after going through basic seeing the charred bodies of of people kinda fucks u up pretty bad actually
@@sierrakilo4322don’t mock situations you know nothing about!
Bro took “YOU STOLE MY KILL I DID 99% OF THE DAMAGE TO HIM” to a whole other level lmao
When someone steals your kill in a multiplayer game
*YOU DONT KNOW WHAT WE GO THROUGH*
😂😂😂😂 this is hilarious
That was their mistake; requesting permission when it had already been granted.
Newbie mistakes indeed. 😂 If I were him, at the time he opens the door, the bullet is already flying to the enemy target.
@@yakuzaclan5704You’re not Chamber kid
@@ilikeanimals5015 Yeah rather being a puppet. ☺️😉
It's better to ask for forgiveness than permission
Poor bastard was 1 kill off a Nuke
When you build a machine to do a job, then refuse them the opportunity to do that job, minds break.
That “ you don’t know what we go through” felt so real, great acting man!
Until you realize where they are and there's a good chance that black guy has indeed been through what they've been through
@@frankmoran4556he hasn’t, he’s an officer. I say this as a prior enlisted man who is now an officer.
@@CoronadoFitnesswhere you sent there?
@@redfirelord4716 I’ve been sent a lot of places. But this is fiction, so I was not “there” (in 1991), 2006,9,14,etc cannot confirm or deny 😉. My brother is an infantry officer instructor in the Marines. There are prior enlisted amongst the officer ranks but there are many more in the Army. The Marines prefer “virgins,” but they do exist.
@@CoronadoFitnesscould u tell me the real life explanation to why he was trippin out about not being able to take the shot? And also if this type of scenario accurately happens often in the military? Where marines are trying to get away with ungranted killshots?
You know your life matters if people are fighting for your life
Fighting to take your life
If only he had someone to tell him "yes, there is more to life than...this"
*Sargent breaks in* "ALL STATE INSURANCE WILL KEEP YOU PROTECTED"
@kevinsheiss underrated as hell lmbo! I see him busting in the doorway with the light behind him casting him a dark shroud like a comic book
are you in good hands
"I've killed a lot of people.. for a whole lot of dumb reasons.. and I've never seen much glory in it." - Arthur Morgan
Yeah...theres plenty of war fighters thatll say the opposite. W.M is one guy
If a higher ranking officer gives permission. take it marine
he didn't have permission.
Doesn’t matter u follow the most recent order given
@@boot-kt4th Not if they counter another higher ranking officers orders you already had. If a Colonel tells you to do something and a Major comes along and tells you to do something different, the Colonels orders still stand no matter how much a fit the Major throws.
This is my favorite war movie ever and only one man really dies (in training) it’s not about death and violence. It’s about the mental toll the war took on those men.
And what's the movie please
@@blakzebra5804Pinned comment, hashtags, and a lot of the comments you have to get through to reply to this.
What about the people they are calling the airstrike on? Don't they die?
@@mkeen4393 There’s death in war, yes, but the movie isn’t just about running around murdering and taking land it’s about how participating in such a war actually affected the soldiers.
Such a good integration of the disconnect between upper echelon and lower echelon in the Marines.
POV: 2009 Call of Duty game chat
When youre trained to do something you never get to do
When it’s something like killing another human being, another soul, I’m completely okay with that.
all murderers should be left in one island to fend for themselves
@@colombiankingcractually that's a terrible idea just put them down then they can't build a raft 😂 anyway these are military targets not murder
@@freekill1018 murder is murder wtf when did y’all normalize murder
@@colombiankingcr one you get charged for one you get promotions for
When youre friend takes your kills in cod
He wasn’t even the shooter, he was the spotter, yet he still knew it was a team effort
For a sniper this is the ultimate cuck. They sit and observe these people for days, weeks even dont bathe or sleep much either. All to silently take out the target.
I heard they also basically shit and piss in place and have the other guy help them with getting it into a bucket
@@danilapolesciuk4316 Really need to thank them more cuz bruh THAT'S dedication as well as defecation.
@@greedydevilsplayground7936 definitely it's absolutely insane
Yeah, but we also strive to be professional. Or at least in basic control of ourselves
This movie is so underrated. It’s a phenomenal antithesis to full metal jacket. Where full metal jacket asks what happens when you train men to be killers and let them loose. Jarhead asks what happens when you train men to kill but keep them restrained. “Every war is different, every war is the same”
If they have permission from the Colonel, then they are 100% allowed to take the shot no matter who busts in and tells them otherwise, unless they are a higher rank then Colonel.
Even the colonel
@@michaelpagan1199 You know what I mean man. Anyone except the colonel.
@@prestigeplayz3606and general... or president
@@alexrojas7244joe biden : son.... don't take that shot. We pulled out allready
When Allstate doesn't cover your mental health insurance.
"but sir we have the shot, just let us take it." "I SAID HE'S IN GOOD HANDS!"
That guy was in good hands
Did he have All State?
What a comment. Why didn't this get pinned?
The mod is a Jody @@akradiodemon
POV: your duo steals ur kill
Been sitting here for a week and you gonna steal it??? Nah bruh
We train hard to fight easy but we never fight so it's always just hard
fuck this comment literally hits closer than the 27th incident. For those who knows. A moment of silence for what was lost and "Snapped" at that time.
I don't train nor do I fight, but I'm always hard
@@UncannyTLAyou really said "i dont train or fight im just always hard" and then made a different comment that said "i dont train nor do i fight but im always hard" to look smarter
@@AerialFarts yeah my bad lol, YouTube won't let me see my replies so i thought it got auto deleted
Have a cold shower or something.
Bro is not in FORTNITE he’s arguing over a kill irl ☠️☠️☠️
Another officer padding his promotion package at the expense of his troops
Movie name : Jarhead. Beautifully portrays the frustration of the stationed Marine irrespective of whether or not they are engaged in combat. Amazing movie. Great acting!
Its exactly that, acting. In the real world, american soldiers were either busy watching movies and getting fat or they were commiting war crimes against women and children.
@@IbrarH-sn3oyThis is a very one sided take. In the real world deployments and being in another country during war is very much real. It seems you’ve become somewhat inaccurate with the usage of your information. So the research we have footage of war soldiers and events similar to this, we have eye witness civilian testimonies, we have large amounts of records and third person accounts. To say all American soldiers did were rape and kill civilians is a joke. I’m sure it has happened YES. But to make it seem like it was the majority is ridiculous or even 10% is laughable based on historical data and non fiction interviews
@@Daddyvader7Don't worry he's just a bit mad they wouldn't take him.
This is what real men experience during war. The commanders break their mentality and have them go insane in the middle of the war.
Train to killed and haven't killed a single target in the war, only to get the one chance to get a kill to be denied.
its the waiting, the insufferable waiting.
Its not that deep bro, he just wanted to commit a war crime
@@IbrarH-sn3oyKilling an enemy? In a war?
@@JaydenMale21 nah, killing a civilian.
@@JaydenMale21 these people deserve no sympathy. Their victims do.
@@IbrarH-sn3oy He was very clearly a soldier. Why are you lying to me when it is right here in the video
If they already have permission they don’t need it again…
Bro did NOT allow his kill to be stolen💯
This guy trained, went through hell for years, never had a kill, finally gets the opportunity, and gets blue balled.
Kinda lucky considering almost everyone regrets killing later on in life
@@pukapukagamingI've met more who didn't mind it tbh
I thought army is to defend your country, not wanting to kill people and crying if they can't kill someone.
@reckyourself6948 say you associate with psychopaths without say you associate with psychopaths
How can you expect him to understand that dude is already dead when they can't even understand hypothetical questions.
Jarhead is definitely top 10
For those who didnt know the spotter lied on his application about a felony or something like that so he was gonna be discharged once he got home and wouldn’t be allowed to serve in the future.
@@Qwertak97 they spent the entirety of their time in country waiting for the call to finally go out on an actual mission. For the spotter, this was really his entire purpose in life, because he had nothing to go back home to. Immediately after this, their unit was sent home. They went through their entire rotation without doing the one thing they spent all that time preparing for.
@@ChogerHDu dont get it .. but thats okay we csnt expect you to understand the unknown 😊
@@Ttyronebigummsthere literally nothing to get lol
I took more from the scene of how soldiers in active combat for so long lose sight of any true mission. Theyre there, to them eventually a battle line doesnt mean much. In reality an airstrike probably would do way more for the overall mission, where sniping would alert anyone else around the target and probably ruin a chance to take out affiliates to the target as well. This soldier is just caught in kill or be killed.
Adc's when the alistar fails his combo.
One saying I heard in the military once "enlisted men will go through hell and some make it back, only for the officers to take credit for what they do." Basically a soldier will probably get an achievement medal or something while the officer that just participated will get a bronze star or something better.
Even if units don’t deploy, it’s essentially true. I watched a higher-ranked enlistedman (NCO) give himself an award in front of everyone, even thought the NCO below him did all the legwork, and even did more than asked. I now have a profound respect for those who are short-changed daily.
Facts, part of the reason I'm not going past 20 years now. I was going to put in 30 years but screw it, I'm a few months away from 18 years in service now and I can almost taste freedom from bullshit toxicity.
There is hierarchies to highly established institutions? No way dude
Same for corporate world. Nothing new here
That's called insanity, repeating the same actions for many days, then not being rewarded for it.
“Nooo Stop stealing my killsssss 😢” vibes
All quiet on the western front is one of my all time favourite movies.
Fury is fiction
Fury didnt have a scene like that at all, fool.
That's how I fell when some buddy steals my kill. I just go fucking off.
When you're almost at a MOAB in Call of Duty and your friends steals the kill right in front of you
Me and the boys playing cod and they steal my kill 😂
And how about in the real world?
@@75th_Breach_Engineer_Herehow about you take a joke
@@chapo1802 How about you understand a simple question? An alternative.
Bro just wanted to get that nuke after 50 kills
Thats real acting
When you're not covered by Allstate 😅
Permission was already granted, by the Colonel himself. No one is able to stop that.
Wasn’t he lying tho?
@@blanc18 I don't really know. If he was, then he shouldn't have stopped to request permission again. If he wasn't, then it's his fault🗿
He was lying, in the movie he came up with that on the spot, colonel was already dead
Not true whatsoever.
@@youraverageviewermatesHe literally said " God damnit he's dead anyways" refering to the colonel
Pov: you get someone low and your teammate chases after them.
This. Is why you should sit down when they say stand for the troops.
I like that the higher up SgtMaj whatever he is isn’t angry at the cpl he almost seems sympathetic.
Yeah, the very least you can do in a situation like this is understand that they have to be conditioned to become downright obsessed with getting that perfect shot. You take that away from them, they might get a little bit upset.
Hell of a mind control
He’s an officer you don’t call enlisted “sir”
He's a major
@evanjoneckis5148 they're marines they call sgts and above Sir.
I can just imagine how long it took for him to line up that shot perfectly
He stole his kill, bet he is gonna steal is of his loot as well😭😭😭😭😭
I tried to be a marine, but no matter how hard I tried, I could NOT got my head inside that damn jar…
Honestly you’re better off for it. You’d only come back damaged
I don’t get it
@@TruthGamingsInc Marines are called "jarheads"
@@medicodysseybecause in 1896, the new uniform with the Greek fisherman's cap made them look like mason jars full of blueberry jam.
You must've not been issued your coloring books and crayons yet , on pg 13 you can plainly see the head doesn't go in the jar the jar goes in the head,you seem a lil bit special i hear the army is looking for a few good men
When you get the hole lobby low but ur teamates assist you:
Jarhead hit me so hard as a young kid who wanted to be in the Army my entire life. That movie was intense.
If a higher rank gives you authority then no one else can change it unless they're of higher rank. Shoulda taken the shot and told him to talk to the colonel Edit: How tf did I get 3k likes in 3 days-
true, also cute pfp >w
@@zerochancem8 lol, doubt you know what a simp is if you're calling me one for that xD funny
If i remember correctly the sniper team didn't have the go ahead
Blud was kill stealing, I gotta report that to the devs
It seems a lot of people aren't getting this. Imagine you have no purpose in life. You just sit around going through the motions until one day someone comes along and tells you you have a purpose and that purpose is to kill for your country. You go through years of rigorous training being molded into the perfect killing machine. Your one sole purpose in life is to kill and they finally say you have a chance to fulfill your purpose and they send you off to a far away land where you see unimaginable death and destruction. You watch your buddies die beside you, you shovel shit for hours and do a lot of sitting around waiting for your time. Then you get your one moment, the only moment you're ever going to get to fulfill your one purpose in life. Its perfectly lined up right in front of you, so close you can almost taste it. And then someone bursts in and tells you to stop for no reason at all. The man is dead either way, theres zero reason to not let you complete your one purpose in life but you simply can't. You then have to live the rest of your life never fulfilling the one purpose you were given in your life. That would break any man. A lot of people are getting hung up on the fact that the purpose is killing or that they're American but you could pick any nation and any profession and the message is the same. Not being able to fulfill your one true purpose in life.
Then it sounds like you really got problems if you believe your only purpose it to take some1s life he should have been thankful that he didn't have to do it
@@davidp4192 Gee, almost as if that's what he LITERALLY JSUT SAID
Looks like the problem here is the training. You lost me when you said he had to watch his buddies die beside him. At that moment, you admitted one immutable fact: human life is valuable. Convicted felon or not, life has purpose. You aren't given that by your country. If you spend your life seeking that purpose by killing, when you pull the trigger, you won't have thrown away just one life, a second will follow.
@@davidp4192Missing the point
@@writer5790Missing the point
"you STA boys are some weird MFs". For context, these guys went throug hellish boredom waiting in the desert for literally any action. The Marine losing his shit was about to get kicked out of the Corps when they returned from deployment. This was supposed to be his 'war hero' moment and it was taken from him bcs of Brass. Ends up going home after the war and committing suicide. Really good movie aside for all the inaccurate shit that went on.
I heard a story about a Belgian soldier in ww1 who didn’t shoot anybody until the last day of the war, he killed a man. He said he always regretted it.
Better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
Little harder to apply that to marines as it comes to taking another life 😅
Not when you’re asking for forgiveness for killing someone you didn’t need to kill💀
Oh hell yeah dude. War crimes rule 😎
@@lukedrew2950i would rather be a clean man asking for permission than a murderer asking for forgiveness.
this is why kill steal is always hated both in real life and games
Imagine if they had security covering a door and just smoked him as he walked in
Me when a mf steals my kill after I take down the enemies engine, tracks, barrel, breach and crew in War Thunder
Machine gunner and loader are the only ones left, loader barely hanging on, and the second you finally reload some fucking Puma doing a drive by kills him
@@Mrphantom_lock bro you are a fax machine
@@therealbigpotato Eh, Just speaking experience
This movie is so underrated, people trash it for the wrong reasons, the movie is literally a day in the life for a Marine in desert storm
13 year old me on call of duty when my kill was stolen:
They went through the whole Gulf War with no action 😂
True. All these trainings for nothing 😅
Honestly a blessing
How is that a bad thing? What a stupid comment. I’m sure they would rather make it back to their family alive than risk being KIA any day. You okay way to many video games kid.
@@user-gf9iy9yl2o you’ve never met infantry
When you steal someone else's kill in a video game:
IRL he'd let em take it
Me when my friend killsteal my kill in cod😅
Agree bro the words he said are kinda relatable
They forgot to hang the do not disturb sign on the door.
I sure hope that man's in good hands when he gets out
The guy was upset cuz they did a background check and it came back with him having a record. He was being sent home dishonourably after this and just wanted one last good memory before leaving.
"Just wanted good memory" killing someone
Good memory? Christ
Ok when you in the military, these people was marine, think about it!! You join to start off to protect your country, they go through 13 weeks of hell either in Paris island or in San Diego to even be able to get called a marine, before that you go through the recruitment process to see if your healthy, mentally stable and everything to be accepted, depending what point of your life it can take up to a year to even go through that, than the 3 months boot camp!! Afterwards depending on your MOS(Military Occupation Specialist) or job will depend how long you at your school house!! From Marine infantry it’s about 2 months, so you already spent 5 months in school, you go to your unit, you train, they are snipers, so most unit sniper platoons, want you to have time, for my battalion they want two years!! So from the time you start the enlist to now you 3 years deep, now you have to train to do the sniper indoctrination, cause it not like you say you wanna be a sniper and boom your one, you go through a selection which is grueling!! If you pass you in but not done yet!! You do your actually training with the platoon, hone your craft !! Than if we at war you do your job!! All in all these people realistically trained for 4+ years, just do the job they signed up for and couldn’t do it!! That’s like if you trained all 4 years to go be in the nba or nfl, get pick up by a team and the last sec, they cut you from the team
@@deoncarlton9096 You just described a snowflake baby
This made me so sad so much happened leading to this point. Sadly the mil trains us hard af for a job we will never get to perform.
I hate when my teammates take my kill too bro I feel it😔
I knew a marine sniper (desert storm), he said this was one of the most realistic scenes
Apart from the officer who bursts unannounced into a sniper nest
@@LordTKII yeah there usually it was over the radio, but hey movies have dramatic effect and poetic license
@@GUNNFORRESTERit's almost like he burst into the room asking what frequency their radios on
@@THEgameHATESyou I was wondering if someone was going to catch that lmfao
Stop lying for likes because this whole scene was 1000% unrealistic. If it were real they would've lit his ass up for busting in a SNIPER NEST UNANNOUNCED!!😂😂
Me when someone takes my kill on search and destroy
that was some good editing with the music and video jeez ❤😂
I try ❤️
The ending of the book, “Jarhead” literally broke me. This movie was just… everything. It was funny, it was eye opening, a little scary with Jake sitting with the dead bodies, dramatic, and a long list of amazing actors. Sam Mendes (director of Daniel Craig’s James Bond series, apart from No Time To Die). The cinematography is my favorite thing about this movie.
Yeah the first time I saw the burning oil fields I was astounded
@@Th0rnvi0us my favorite shot is the landscape shot when they’re in the desert and the two military guys are sitting on the rocks on top of the little peak watching the sun set. Beautiful cinematography.
Another movie that sends chills down my spine is platoon and we where soldiers two movies i can honestly say made me cry
That's Roger Deakins, he did the Blade Runner sequel too
Now that’s real acting. Dude can play a awesome villain as well!
Bro was 1 kill away from the mothership
When you teammate steals your kill when you put in all the work to crack shields
Then they say they're better than you even though their awareness is doodoo.
Don’t worry “He’s in good hands “
“Bro stop taking my kills😡”
(BAM) "WTF MARINE!" "My colonel's orders outrank your orders, major. You're not even in my chain of command. Also, don't _ever_ fucking barge into my crows nest ever again...sir."
Major: “I know you’re lying about orders from the colonel for interfering in this actual mission attacking me and freaking out like a baby you’re gonna be in some deep shit buddy” that would’ve happened in reality because he was lying about the colonel. I don’t think you watched the movie.
This is why I could never be in the military. I have a mind of my own and I’d 100% talk back to him saying something like this and telling my sniper to take the shot. He most likely would say something like “I out rank you bla bla bla, these are my orders” I’d straight up tell him to stand there and stfu while we take out this guy then you can call in your air strike. 😂
He’s one away from getting the nuke, but his friend is stopping him from getting the kill
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