Fire Birds

but to no use.
He was a cold killer.
Wake up,
goddamn it!

I took the controls...
and crossed over the top of the
Scorpion before he could fire.

I made it
out of the area.

We said the cartel
was up to something.

I'm not blaming anybody.
We're on the same side.

We have some
decisions to make.

Thank you, Mr. Preston.
That will be all.

May I say

Go ahead.
I volunteered to fly
with the anti-drug forces.

I watched the men
in those choppers...

risk their lives for their
families and their country.

The cartel has them outpaid,
outmanned, and outgunned.

Knowing that,
they still went out.

They didn't
stand a chance.

They're heroes,
and they should be avenged.

It's more
complicated than that.

I think it's
very simple.

They killed our people
and they killed our friends.

Their drugs kill
Americans every day.

It's a war, and it's
our duty to fight.

Thank you.
You are excused.

Does anyone else
feel as frustrated as I do?

Yes, but it's a complex problem.
We have an executive mandate
to stop the drug cartel.

That pilot out there has
the clearest take on this mess.

We are at war, and we deal
with the problem as such.

Should we go back to the
same sort of operation?

The D.E.A. is fighting
a war with its hands tied...