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What were some moments of movies that you felt "got it right" .. or hit you in the nostalgia-zone in regards to military service?

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We've all seen the really bad military representations. Then there are some that are done really well. I'm curious which movies had a more personal impact for you? ..and why?

A couple examples for me:
- In the movie Outbreak, there is a scene where the bomber pilots ask to "authenticate" -- it's subtle, but it's accurate in the method they use and therefore actually gave me a bit of a chill.

- In Saving Private Ryan, there's a scene early in the movie where the team is walking up a hill and bantering. The banter felt genuine to me, and hit me in the nostalgias.

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