The troops are gathering around what looks to be like a large, makeshift encampment. Other soldiers are getting it ready to house more troops.
Elias and Wolfe are quickly walking next to a higher-ranking officer.
Elias plans to file a report about Barnes' shooting and include Wolfe as a witness. Wolfe says he didn't see anything.
The senior officer tells Barnes to stop. Barnes stops. The Captain (we know he's a captain because Barnes calls him "Dai wee," which is Vietnamese for captain) tells them that there will be a court martial if there was an illegal shooting.
Right now, they have other problems to worry about. The troops will re-enter the bunker complex they discovered.
Elias and Barnes go their separate ways, but not without glaring at each other.
The camera shifts to the African American contingent. King, Junior, and others are gathering wood.
Junior thinks the white guys don't care about any of them. He's convinced Barnes would have killed anybody in his way, and that Bunny is absolutely nuts.
Warren chimes in: Barnes has led them this far, and he knows what he's doing. Warren is positive the villagers were all NVA.
Junior is skeptical. He says things have gotten way out of hand. Big Harold says he's hurting inside.
Meanwhile, Wolfe is walking with Barnes. He tells Barnes that Elias won't be able to prove anything and that he's just a troublemaker.
Barnes says Elias is just like the politicians back in Washington, "trying to fight this war with one hand tied around their balls."
Barnes meets up with O'Neill and Bunny. They're on Barnes' side. Bunny starts talking smack about Elias, and suggests that somebody should "frag his ass."