Easy Impersonation: When Pvt. Dean Fitzsimmons steal Teddy's credit card and runs around pretending to be him, no one seems to notice, even though they don't look much alike and Teddy's quite famous. However, as he's spending lots of money and also doing lots of charity, no one really bothers to check.
Go Look at the Distraction: In "Paris," Teddy says he'll cause "a diversion" while Dax escapes with a young kidnapped girl—he ends up burning the place to the ground.
Grey and Gray Morality: Collin argues this to Teddy after he shoots Bayonne instead of arresting him, and Teddy more or less agrees.
I Did What I Had to Do: Said a few times, notably by Jean, Philip's brother in "Haiti" after he destroys the tanker carrying thousands of pounds of rice to feeding the starving country.
Money to Throw Away: Dean Fitzsimmons has this in "San Diego"—mostly because he stole Teddy's credit card—but he ends up using it to do lots of charity.
Necessarily Evil: Bankole in "Nigeria (Part II)"—he can be "severe," but it's all in the name of protecting and repairing his country.
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Happens to Teddy a few times, and to Bankole in "Nigeria (Part II)", and to Philip in the same episode when he tries to help his friend James.
One-Woman Wail: In "Kosovo," when a bomb goes off, killing several people and injuring Philip.
Semper Fi: Dax is a former Marine, and in "San Diego," when Teddy wonders if he should save a Marine from having to go to Afghanistan, Dax angrily tells him that he can't deny the guy the honor of serving his country.