Let me see if I can get the details right....In the movie, 'Thirteen Days', a pilot is asked to fly over Cuba and see if he can get some pictures of Cuban weapon escalation during the Cuban Missile Crisis. A highly placed official warns the pilot personally, that it is a very, very delicate situation, and he is 'not to get fired at, under any circumstances', or it could lead to the destruction of the entire earth by nuclear war. 'No matter what happens, you are not to be fired upon, under any circumstances'. At first the pilot and then his fellow pilots are furious, but they fly so low they were roasting chickens in the barnyard, and return with the films needed to present at a UN meeting. When they land, the crews are shocked to see the wings of the planes absolutely peppered with bullet holes. The crew points out the bullet holes, and the pilot says, 'Those are sparrow strikes'. Another officer says, 'What happened out there, pilot????', and he says, 'THOSE ARE SPARROW STRIKES, IT was a CAKE WALK, SIR'. So the nextline is, 'So...would you say those were .20 caliber sparrows, or .40 caliber sparrows?'