Jack Campbell's outstanding memory of the war is the loyalty of his comrades to the cause and the oath.

Gay Byrne asks Jack Campbell what is his attitude to the war now? For Jack loyalty to his oath, comrades and the cause were the most important things. When asked about the Germans he killed Jack replies,

"It was kill or be killed. You killed them or they killed you, one or the other. What the hell? It was just a game. War is war Gay. You kill or be killed."