Marshall: How intense would you say the fighting was?
Bullets and mortars were going off everywhere simultaneously around the beleaguered paratroopers of Fox Company. An unconscious Sergeant Matt Baker laid motionless as he had moments ago got hit from an incoming mortar. Private First Class Kevin Leggett goes to check up on him while bullets whizzed past him and the rest of the paratroopers with him including Mac and Hartsock.
Leggett: Christ. He's not moving!
Mac turns to Hartsock.
Mac: Hartsock! There's just too many of 'em. You have to cut off their reinforcements on the left flank or we're all dead. Then get your ass back here. We can't hold the line all God damn day.
Leggett: Baker looks pretty bad, Sarge!
Mac: Get moving! Paddock, you're with Hartsock!
After listening to Mac's orders, Red called Corrion, Paddock, Campbell, Marsh and Frair to his side and proceed to move towards the 101st left flank to stop German reinforcements. As they arrived in a different battlefield, the mortar hit a tree and block them off from the main line. They have no choice but to push forward.
They eliminated the first few German teams before encountering MGs which prove as a obstacle for the paratroopers. Red's team headed to the left flank to attack the MG crews, before that they clear some German defenders. After clearing the area, they headed to the next area where it is bombarded by the nearby mortar team.
They easily defeat the German mortar team and its security and headed to the next area. However, it proved to be difficult since the battlefield is wider and tanks supporting the Germans. Red's team clear the whole section Germans by using the 4Fs while avoiding tank fire. After clearing the German infantry, Red's team distract the tanks while Red himself goes to a Panzerfaust crate and uses it to destroy two tanks in the vicinity.
Their actions have reduced German reinforcement in the battle and they headed back to their line where German infantry continue their attack. Red's team lend its help with Mac and the 101st line to hold the line until Baker brought tanks into the battlefield where it turn the tide of the battle into the paratroopers favour.
Once the battle is over, the tank goes near the line and Baker gets off the tank and lies against it. He asks his squad for a lighter.
Baker:Anyone got a light?