Taya: You don't know when to quit! You did your part! We sacrificed enough! You let somebody else go!
Chris Kyle: Let somebody else go?
Chris Kyle: Babe, I couldn't live with myself.
Taya: Yeah, well, you find a way. You have to. Okay! I need you to be human again. I need you here. I need you here.
Chris Kyle: I've got a military age male on a cell phone watching the convoy. Over.
Command: If you think he's reporting troop movement, you have a green light. Your call. Over.
Winston: Maybe he's just calling his old lady.
Chris Kyle: He stepped off. Hold on, I've got a woman and a kid 200 yards out, moving towards the convoy. Her arms aren't swinging... she's carrying something. Yeah, she's got a grenade. She's got an RKG, Russian grenade, she's handing to the kid.
Chris Kyle: I tell you something. These Marines keep rushing in like they're doing, they're going to get their asses shot off.
Marc Lee: Well, they're Marines. They don't get the training we do. Half these guys were civilians six months ago.
Chris Kyle: Well, let's coach 'em up. I'll show them how team guys do it. I'll lead the unit of the street.
Marc Lee: No, I can't do that. We need you on over watch.
Taya: Do you want to die? Is that what it is?Chris Kyle: No
Taya: Then just tell me. Tell me why you do it. I want to understand.
Chris Kyle: Babe, I do it for you. You know that. I do it to protect you.
Taya: No, you don't.
Chris Kyle: Yes, I do.
Taya: I'm here. Your family is here. Your children have no father.
Chris Kyle: Well, I have to serve my country.
Marc: House to house is the deadliest job here, man. You got some sort of savior complex?
Chris Kyle: I just want to get the bad guys but if I can't see them, I can't shoot them.
Marc: Look, all these guys, they know your name. They feel invincible with you up there.
Chris Kyle: They're not.
Marc: They are if they think they are. Marc: Why don't you just keep banging on the long gun. We'll let these dogs sniff out Zarcali.