"One thing they don't tell you in training, is how much running there will be. At least once, you'll be running like hell. Whether it be out of fear, desperation, or the will to live, or out of anger, joy, because no one else would. I've only been in service for a year, but I've run more in that year than most marathon runners will in their life. I've run from and through orbital bombardments, I've run from enemy outposts, from slave pens, and from mechanical walkers. And I've run for the Cruiser, towards the officer raising his pistol to a downed ally, to the Captain yelling for backup, and for the new guy on his last round. It's not a bad thing. Running has saved my life more times than my shields or my armour, and you can be damned sure that the man or woman to end this war will be running when they do."