Continuity mistake: When Carl Weathers gets killed, he is on the ground with his left arm lying across his forehead. The camera cuts away to Lee Marvin who walks back from the edge of the cliff to Weathers, and in the next view of Weathers, Weathers' other arm - his right - is now across his forehead.
Sergeant Edgar Millen: Purer fact is that he's running to save his hide, and every man he killed, he killed to protect himself.
Constable Alvin Adams: What about Hawkins or Sundog or any of them? What did any of them die for, Millen?
Sergeant Edgar Millen: Johnson didn't do anything I wouldn't do if I was in his boots. If I thought the killing would stop here, I'd let him go.