Henry's regiment marches toward the front to relieve the men who've been fighting there, on the way there they discuss the battle. Henry expresses his opinions on the generals, he blames them for the Union's poor condition.
Great Job Henry!
A soldier then asks Henry if he feels like he fought the battle single-handedly. Henry is taken back by the question and begins to worry that they found out he ran from battel.
Dare you to put the donkey and his volleyball friend on the frontlines.
Henry gets tired of waiting for the battle to begin. Anticipation turns him into a "war-devil", he goes crazy. Relentlessly attacking the Confederates causing them to flee.
The men praise Henry for his actions, but Henry doesn't know how to respond. Henry feels that if something else was in control of him and he fell asleep up until that point.
After the battle, Wilson and Henry go on a search to find water. Their search is fruitless however they do find the Union Generals. They overhear the Generals talking about their regiment and how they plan on putting them on the front line to do away with them.
Deal. You owe me a Snickers
Henry and Wilson go back to camp and tell the rest of their regiment the Generals plans. The whole regiment is very unhappy with this plan.