"Oken, there is a time and place when to drop the innocent, naive soldier girl mindset and get real. This is one of those times. We are in a desperate situation, betrayal is very possible, even probable. You need to consider the fact that the people under your command can actually disobey you and harm the group, because people make choices for their own benefit. No one in this military is fully trustworthy, as much sadness that fact brings to you, it's a true fact. No one has 100% intuition and understanding of other's motives, not even the commander, and everyone has lapses in judgement. So no, I don't trust Flek. Brotherhood in combat is a lie they preach in fiction, NOT real life. When one of the people under your command has a problem with another, you goddamn listen first. We are not friends, we are not comrades. Neither is Mint, even if you've interacted with her for longer than I have. We are coworkers. Hoft, do you have anything to say about this? Don't tell me you trust Mint. She's been acting weird from the beginning."
We should have this conversation as we move. Use any of the above points that seem useful. And seriously ask her to check out your head, because there IS no head wound at all. There would be blood if the rock had enough force to knock you unconscious. If she doesn't check simply because she 'trusts' Mint, call her out on her unprofessionalism.