Kilmer: Have you IDed the explosives.
Larken: Judging from the blast pattern and the residue is was approximately 30kg of C4.
Atkins: Manufacturers plant contaminants for identification - explosive can be traced.
Larkin: The signature of residue is from the Holstein ammunition plant in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Kilmer: Who they sell it to?
Larkin: The US Army. That particular lot went to Fort Benning, Georgia.
Atkins: Wait a minute. So the source is US Military.
Franky: Not much to profile they were both drinking sparkling water at the bar, OK maybe Muslim, AA or Morman.
Atkins: It's two days to Veterans Day, John.
Kilmer: Yes, Sir.
Atkins: The parade. Monuments. Washington's gonna be full of people. This was close. Too close.
Kilmer: You refuse to carry a PDA because you a bloodeye.
Franky: You calling the deputy director names again, Kilmer.
Atkins: Nothing that isn't true.
Atkins: No cell phone?
Kilmer: No, I wish the new ones have a lot more than names and numbers; personal calenders, email accounts, databases.
Atkins: And you wonder why I refuse to carry a PDA.