Fight only the armed elements. Capture those who are unarmed and take them to your superiors. The guns each of you are holding will be your wives
starting this day. Take them with you
wherever you go. Understood? Sir, yes, sir! Firers, are you ready? – Yes, sir!
– Go! Firers, assume prone position! Insert magazine
loaded with three rounds! Load and make ready! – Firers, are you ready?
– Yes, sir! Firing range is ready, commence!
(GUNSHOTS) We will not only test
your marksmanship. We will also test your trust
in your fellow soldier. – Enriquez.
– Sir. Bok, wait. I’ll take charge. – Here, bok.
– Thanks, bok. [GUNSHOT] [GUNSHOT] You’re shaking. Were you nervous? Yes, I was. Not for me… …but for you. It would’ve been embarrassing
if you missed, since you’re a
full-fledged soldier. I never miss, Alex. I’m also confident
in your aim. And I’m sure you won’t
bring up our personal feud here at the camp. I’m not just
your trainee, sir. I’m also your brother. Permission to leave, sir. Gregorio is so arrogant. He pisses me off. You said it. He and his group are
so full of themselves. I won’t hesitate to fight back
if they provoke me. Calm down, buddy. Soldiers shouldn’t pick fights. But soldiers shouldn’t be
arrogant, right? Marasigan is right. We shouldn’t fight
amongst ourselves. I got to hand it to you, Abe. You’re so level-headed. I always thought Moros were hot-headed, violent,
and bad people. But you, you’re so kind. Many believe that
but it’s not true. Being a bad person
doesn’t have anything to do with being a Moro
or Christian. Kamlun’s right. We shouldn’t have prejudices
based on one’s upbringing. There’s a reason we’re
training together. It’s to eliminate
prejudices like that. Do you agree, buddy? We’re here to serve