In the driver’s seat of Colbert’s Humvee, Person was singing.

“One, two, three, four, what the fuck are we fighting for?”

“You have to answer that for yourself,” I said as I crouched against the fender, scanning with my binoculars.

“Well, sir,” Person said, turning in the seat to face me, oblivious to the fight all around him, “I guess I’m fighting for cheap gas and a world without ragheads blowing up our fucking buildings.”

“Good to know you’re such an idealist.”

“That world sounds pretty ideal to me right about now.”

—  One Bullet Away by Nathaniel Fick
It’s weird, but not only do we physically resemble each other, but a lot of our mannerisms are the same, to the point that we were sitting around a table with the real Tony Espera and the real Ray Person, the real Evan Stafford, these guys that were in his platoon for real, and these guys were watching us with their jaws dropped. People were taking pictures of us from across the table just so they could show us how similar we acted.
—  Stark Sands talking about Lieutenant Nate Fick, 2008
Brad/Nate AU: Reincarnation

Clad in the light of a pole-star, piercing the darkness of time.
You become an image of what is remembered forever.

In which two cursed souls keeps finding each other over the centuries as warriors, only to end each life with one of them dying every time, and then they are reincarnated together again to another life. But the thing is, whenever they are born again, only one of them (Brad) carries the memories of their past incarnations. And now at present time, Brad, who has found himself falling in love with his soulmate (Nate) over time, met him again in the midst of modern war. And he is determined to keep him alive this time so that they can finally be united once and for all. Will Brad finally able to figure out how to break this curse and stop them from being reincarnated again? Will Nate believe him if he told him the truth?