Captain America stands there off to the side with Kocher like they should be drinking International Coffees and celebrating the moments of their lives: "Eric, what can I do for you?" Kocher cuts him dead. "Sir, it's about the enemy AKs you've been firing from your vehicle. You're endangering us. You're not calling your targets, the AKs sound like enemy fire." Captain America jumps like he's been stuck with a needle; his feelings are hurt. "Jesus Christ, Eric..." Kocher looks him in the eye: "Respectfully, sir? You fire an AK one more time, I'll fuck you up." He finally gets it, the sky is blue, and you can really see everything moving around in his eyes as he tries to put things back together. Encino Man walks up and Kocher tells him everything's getting squared away: "The Captain was helping us unfuck our comms." Kocher thanks Captain America kindly, and leaves.
Battalion, so we can hear Godfather's take on what a fucking fuckup he is. "...And it's based on Godfather's experience that this breeds like a fucking yeast infection. Every time an order is questioned, every time dissention is allowed to state its case, there's a corresponding decrease in overall morale." He looks at Nate: "I can't have people questioning the orders of a superior officer," he growls, and looks over at Encino Man: "And if you have a performance complaint regarding subordinates, that has to go through the proper channels." Captain America is still dazed and sad from his momentary reality experience. "Backchannel grumbling is unacceptable, gentlemen. Unacceptable!" So, basically, you can't talk about it in private, and you can't talk about it in public. That makes total sense to Godfather, because there's nothing to talk about: just fulfilling the orders from the next guy up. Which brings into question why you want excellent people in your Corps in the first place. Oh wait, I remember: Because invading a country and killing people is not a job for idiots. The day war became the province of the lowest common denominator was the day war became ugly.