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I ever tell you I got an aunt living in Anchorage? She's in there, somewhere. And by God, I'm gonna get those Reds out of her backyard!”— Operation Anchorage
Unlike their Chinese counterparts, American soldiers represent a uniform fighting force, with similar training and physical conditioning resulting in soldiers who represent a remarkably level standard of competence across the board.
- "The Stars and Stripes forever, you Commie sonsabitches!"
- "I ever tell you I got an aunt living in Anchorage? She's in there, somewhere. And by God, I'm gonna get those Reds out of her backyard!"
- "I got that "twitch" in my eyebrow. You know, the one I get when there's Commies around. Gonna be a fun day!"
- "We live through this, and you're buying the beers."
- "You know me; my day ain't complete without killing some Reds. So let's start the killin' already!"
If the player takes too much time while trying to kill General Jingwei, power armored soldiers will attack him. This happens as the player character is assigned a temporary affiliation with the Chinese Faction so the dialogue with General Jingwei can occur - otherwise he would be forced to attack on sight by his AI. Although the Chinese turn hostile after the dialogue the affiliation remains and the American Faction, appearing only as the power armored soldiers, are hostile due to this affiliation.