"not a single man on my watch will die in battle"
Heavy fire and gunshots cornered Captain Sandoval and his troops. Even in times of trouble he still thought about his fellow soldier especially their wounded troop Corporal Mante. Then in a sudden burst of emotion thinking that Mante might still be alive, Sandoval throw himself to the battle field commanding his soldiers to cover him and that he'll try to save his fellow soldier.
Captain Sandoval stood by his promise that "not a single man on his watch will die in battle" As Sandoval reach Mante's position he quickly check if he still has a pulse. And miraculously Corporal Mante was still breathing. But the enemy continued to fire and Sandoval was hit on his side but he did not went down easily he fired back at their enemies but he was again fatally shot in the neck and cheek.
At Sandoval's dying moment he still thought about his fellow soldier and manage to crawl and lean his body to Mante. Using his body as a shield to protect his wounded comrade from the enemies bullets. As the gunshots cleared out Captain Sandoval's troops went to him and Mante to check on them and they found out that Captain Sandoval is lifeless and Corporal Mante survived.