Does the phrase "ain't like one of us is up there" mean "I'm sure that there are no our soldiers up there?" It is not as if one of our own soldiers was there
And does the phrase "a railgun that was pointed at the large window - or, more accurately, in the large hole in the window" mean that the railgun was shoved through the hole in the window? No, that it was within the room, pointing towards the large hole in the window, though I agree it is not clearly written.
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