Chris Kyle: I’m not a redneck. I’m from Texas.
Taya Renae Kyle: What’s the difference?
Chris Kyle: We ride horses and they ride their cousins.
Chris Kyle: I’ve got a woman and a kid 200 yards out, moving towards the convoy. Her arms aren’t swinging. She’s carrying something. Yeah, she’s got a grenade. She’s got an RKG, Russian grenade, she’s handing to the kid.
Command: You say a woman and a kid?
Chris Kyle: You got eyes on this? Can you confirm?
Command: Negative, your call
Winston: They fry you if you’re wrong.
[Chris sees his infant child in the hands of a nurse] Hey!, That's my daughter.Chris Kyle
You're my husband, you're the father of my children. Even when you're here, you're not here. I see you, I feel you, but you're not here.Taya Renae Kyle
If you think that this war isn't changing you you're wrong. You can only circle the flames so long.Taya Renae Kyle
Navy Doctor: Would you be surprised if I told you that Navy has credited you with... over 160 kills?
Chris Kyle: [Hums]
Navy Doctor: Do you ever think that... you might have seen things or... done some things over there that you wish you hadn't?
Chris Kyle: Oh, that's not me. No.
Navy Doctor: What's not you?
Chris Kyle: I was just protecting my guys, they were trying to kill... our soldiers and I... I'm willing to meet my Creator and answer for every shot that I took.
Chris Kyle: The thing that... haunts me are all the guys that I couldn't save.
Chris Kyle: Now I'm willing and able to... be there but I'm not, I'm here I quit.
Navy Doctor: You can walk down any homeless hospital. Looks like plenty soldiers need saving.
Chris Kyle: [Hums]
Navy Doctor: You want to take a walk?
Chris Kyle: Sure.
Taya Renae Kyle: Hello?
Chris Kyle: Baby?
Taya Renae Kyle: Baby I can't hear you!
Chris Kyle: I'm ready. I'm ready to come home. I'm ready to come home baby!
I need you... to be human again. I need you here.Taya Renae Kyle
Marc Lee: You got some kind of saviour complex?
Chris Kyle: No. I just want to get the bad guys, but if I can't see them I can't shoot them.
Kim Mills: What are you going to do?
Bryan Mills: I’m going to finish this.
What do you know?!Bryan Mills
At 21, he joins the Army. At 23, he joins the Special Forces. He’s a trained sniper, an explosives expert. No service record, no discharge record, nothing. This guy right here, he knows how to disappear.Franck Dotzler