I am struck by how often Hollywood finds it necessary to conclude military movies with a cheesy saluting scene. Two favourites are: 1. The conclusion of A Few Good Men when Tom Cruise says to one of the perps, "You don't have to wear a badge to have honour". The perp turns and says, "There's an officer on deck, ten-hut". They salute, hatless and choking back the mutual admiration. 2. The penultimate scene of Courage Under Fire where Denzel Washington puts his gong on the pilot's tombstone, salutes and does one of those girly about turns. There must be more.