I found a video on youtube. It’s the “infamous” gameplay of the “nine days earlier” level.
Curious thing is: there is the whole original script on the video description!
I’m gonna copy and paste it here.
Leggett: Sarge, can I step outside and get my radio gear together?
> Mac: Stay put until I tell you, Leggett. > Risner: You know three years ago you and I were sitting in your mom's living room talking about where we would be in a few years. Never thought it would be here, in the middle of all this. We made a promise to stick together, but I guess the Army had other plans. But now here we are. You bringing a group of boys, some of them too young to shave, into battle in parachutes. And I'm rolling in on a tank. But, I still made Sergeant before you did. So what happened with the last Sergeant - was it Saunderson? > Leggett: Yeah, he broke his leg. We all know Baker didn't want to replace him, but Mac had other plans. > Mac: You know Private Leggett, unless you want last minute latrine duty you would best keep your mouth shut. > Leggett: WILCO, sir! > Risner: Matt I've been meaning to ask you about something. > Risner pulls out the Nickel-plated pistol* > Risner: Come over for a second I want you to look at it. > Baker looks away* > Risner: Look! Well, damn it. I know you and your Dad didn't part on the best of terms. > Leggett: Isn't your old man dead Baker? > Risner: Thank you Private Leggett for that. What I mean is.. this got mailed to me after your father was killed in Anzio... with instructions that you were to have it. > George tries to hand over the gun* > Risner: Can't take it yet, huh? I guess I'll hang onto this then, until you're ready. It's a nice pistol anyway. I gotta run and get back to the tanks. See you guys in France. > Mac: We should get moving as well. We got an entire country to invade. Baker, get outside and see how your guys are getting along. > Baker steps out of the tent* > Muzza: That's a damn nice handgun. Is that nickel plating? > Risner: Stainless steel, Muzza. Okay, you've ogled enough. I have to go. > Baker sees Red arguing with McCreary* > Hartsock: Who asked your opinion, McCreary? > Eisenhower: Easy there soldier, let' save some fight for the Germans. > Eisenhower: What's your name soldier? > Hartsock: Joe Hartsock, sir. Friends... well everyone calls me Red. > Eisenhower: Is that your nickname? > Hartsock: Yes sir. > Eisenhower: Are you scared, son? > Hartsock: No sir! > Eisenhower: Well I am. Look up at me for a moment, son. You look a bit nervous > Desola: You'd be nervous too if you took over as squad leader a week before the big jump. > Eisenhower: Ah, I see. Well Sergeant...-Baker I'm sure the Nazi's will be the only ones sorry we put you in charge. > I've got to keep moving. It's full victory, nothing less. Win this war and then get back to our families. > Muzza: Ain't that something? > McCreary: Guess he doesn't really know that the only family Baker's got is standing right here. > Desola: What the hell are you talking about, Dale? > McCreary: Ah, forget it. > Desola: So what are the odds my chute won't open again? > Obrieski: Technically one in a few hundred thousand, but with most of the Kraut army shootin' at us as we float down, half the men on this tarmac could be dead tomorrow morning. > Zanovich: Half huh? I'm gonna miss you, Obi. > Hartsock: Desola, you'll be fine, and I'll be fine, and we'll all make it. > Zanovich: That's being a little optimistic. I mean if anyone has to be sacrificed I think it should be Obi. > Hartsock: Okay guys, knock it off. We jump together. We all come home together. Baker! I've checked my guys. We're ready. > ~Walks away~ > Hartsock: Let's see.. I got my parachute, my rifle, and.. this picture of my daughter. She just turned two. > Desola: -and as you said, we'll all make it. > Allen: Where's the chaplain? I need to clean my slate before we get in this flying bucket. > Corrion: Probably off cleaning the slates of a few thousand others. > Garnett: Is this about that waitress broad you found at that pub? > Allen: No, its about why that waitress broad I found at the pub isn't on my list of people I want to see ever again. > Garnett: Did she give you the ol' Victory or Death? > Allen: Yup. Right before dropping. ■■■■■■■ unbelievable. > Courtland: What's Victory or Death? > Garnett: V.D. Courtland. ■■■■, I know you're from the boondocks and everything but do you actually know anything? > Courtland: What's V.D.? > Allen: Lord have mercy! Put me on the plane now before I start swinging! > Mac: Enough chattin' boys, grab your gear. Everybody get on the plane and I'll see you on the ground.
Here’s the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcXr4nPb5gw