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#40. The Remainder and The Bearer

3)
1: I believe there's a man in this room who came back from the Adamantine Squad's mission...
2: At least one or two always come back from every operation.
3: Now I know why. Because of this sad excuse for a training program...
4: Once a soldier departs, he needs to yield results, or else there's no point to all this.
5: Tightening your headband, strapping a katana to your side, and feeling proud isn't enough to get the job done.
6: You coward...
7: If the propeller wouldn't spin, you should have just spun it with your hands and charged on out.

5)
1: On February 20th,
2: I-368 and the initial wave of the Chihaya Squad departed from Otsu Island.
3: Long live the Emperor!
4: Banzai!
5: Long live the Imperial Japanese Navy!
6: Banzaaai!

6)
1: I have no reason to live anymore...
2: I'm a living corpse.

7)
1: Long live the Imperial Japanese Navy!!
2: Lt. Ishida!
3: Banzaaai!!
sfx: splish...
4: I'm sorry, Sekiguchi...
5: I'm going to come join you now...
6-8: Banzaaai!!

9)
1: Just reporting in, commander...
2: I can't see 2nd Petty Officer Watanabe anywhere.
3-4: Banzaaai!!
5: Locate him.
6: Right now.
7: 2nd Petty Officer Watanabe!
8: Watanabeee!!

10)
1: gahah
2-4: haa
5: Everyone's all going to die anyway...
6: There's no point in trying to live...

11)
1-2: 2nd Petty Officer Watanabeee!!

12)
1: 2nd Petty Officer Watanabeee!!

13)
1: Since it's winter right now, being submerged in that seawater greatly lowered his body temperature.
2: But he will live.
3-4: knock
sfx: click...

14)
1: The Chihaya Squad departed...
2: Looking back, the first time I went to the battlefield...
3: was in 1941, at Pearl Harbor.
4: I was the torpedo commander of I-169, and I failed to perform my attack properly.
5: The torpedo hit an anti-submarine net, and the enemy started chasing us in a patrol boat. We barely escaped...
6: I was instated as commander of a submarine in March of 1943...
7: I completed 7 missions...
8: and came back alive.

15)
1: I'm sorry about what happened at that meeting the other day.
2: That man may be a high-ranking official...
3: but he has no right to call a Special Attack survivor a coward.
4: You went to battle and risked your life...
5: and you came home alive.

16)
1: I'm sorry for humiliating you...
2: I don't understand...
3: You ordered us to perform a special attack, and told us to go and die...
4: Then when I come back, you forbid me from going back out again.

17)
1: Now, you're apologizing to me. Why?
2: When I was ordered to become the commander of the Kaiten squad...
3: I spent two days and two nights conflicted over it.
4: Becoming the commander of a Special Attack squad...
5: meant that I would have to order my own men to die.
6: Using one's own initiative is a basic part of leading men...
7: Only throwing one's own men into the jaws of death...
8: is worse than death itself.

18)
1: But in the end, I accepted my order...
2: and began ordering you all to die.
3: The majority of the other submarine commanders who enlisted at the same time I did are dead now.
4: They were all good men...
5: The bonds we made through fighting together are irreplaceable.

19)
1: Every time I lost a friend...
2: I cursed my own ill fate.
3: Every time I came back alive, I criticized myself.
4: I won't say I know how you feel...
5: But I also suffered the same slander.
6: I'm a coward who survived...
7: That's why I'm apologizing.

20)
1: Commander...
2: Please give me a place to die...
3: Just one more chance...
4: Please let me ride in a Kaiten again.
5: Live...

21)
1: Surviving on the battlefield is true victory.
2: Please let me die...
3: You must live...
4: Please let me die!!

22)
1: Fine then, hate me...
2: I'll bear the sin of the Kaiten...
3: Hate me and go on living!!

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